Tag: Egyptians in America

Trump’s Dangerous Rhetoric Toward Ethiopia Is Indicative of a Larger Problem

by Michelle Gavin | Council for Foreign Relations

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U.S. Presidential Elections: Young Egyptian Americans Choose Between Fates

By NORAN ALAA MORSI | Egyptian Street

With identities strewn across the Atlantic, a young Egyptian American father sends their U.S. presidential election’s vote early in the mail. Another votes online through email in Cairo. A 20-something in a town deep in Indiana mails in their ballot. In Washington D.C, a dual citizen questions her decision to vote but does it anyway.

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Egyptians in the heart of the American presidential elections

Trump or Biden: Who will US-Egyptians vote for? The decisive factor is the US foreign policy towards Egypt and the Middle East.

By Marwa Ibrahim | Ahram Online

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Felukah (فلوكا)| Egyptian rapper says “I was shocked that people were even listening to my music”

By Yasmin Reda| Cosmopolitan Middle East

Poet and rapper, Felukah (فلوكا) is an Egyptian-American upcoming rapper who, through her words and song, has reached many people’s hearts. She became a inspiration for many younger teenagers and became the rapper that many Egyptians needed.

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Ramy Youssef | Egyptian American’s sitcom Becomes First Muslim American show to Receive Emmy Nomination

by LAURA PRIOR | Vogue

Ramy Youssef’s show “Ramy’” has become the first ever Muslim American sitcom to be nominated for the Emmy’s. The Egyptian-American co-creator and star of the Hulu series is nominated in the categories of Outstanding Lead Actor and Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series.

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Netflix’s first original Egyptian movie is ready

Egyptian Director Amr Salama has announced that the filming of the series “Ma Waraa al-Tabeea” (The Paranormal) wrapped up on Saturday, July 18.

Publishing a picture of the show’s clapperboard on his official Instagram page, Salama wrote: “In these difficult circumstances, it’s a wrap!”.

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Egyptian LGBT activist dies in Canada

An Egyptian LGBT activist was found dead in her home in Canada where she had been living in exile since 2018.

Sara Hegazy, 30, took her life after leaving behind a note asking her family and friends to forgive her.

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Ramy Youssef opens up about portraying the titular protagonist in ‘Ramy’

‘He’s who I’m afraid of becoming’:

by Razmig Bedirian | The National

“Ramy is me without a passion, without perspective,” Ramy Youssef says as he ponders the differences between himself and the titular protagonist of his TV show Ramy. “He’s me with a family that talks less.”

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American dream — Even amid the turmoil this immigrant believes. Here’s why

By Michael Youssef | Fox News

I was born into the ancient Christian community in Egypt during a time of great social change, but I was also an American in my heart long before I ever became a citizen. Why did I — and why do countless others around the world — dream of coming to America?

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