With the third and final presidential debate on Monday night set to focus on foreign policy, Iran will once again take center stage.
“I love my city,” says Aziz Akbari, the 18-year-old college sophomore who could be Fremont's youngest and the city's first Indo-American Mayor.
Pakistan’s only Nobel laureate, Abdus Salam, who led the discovery of the subatomic “God particle” has his name banned from textbooks, and is no longer considered a hero in his nation.
Egypt's presidential elections are set for this week. The candidates all seem to be lining up to claim the mantle of preserver of the revolution and champion of Islam. But who will capture the populace and excite them enough to be elected remains to be seen.
On Apr. 10, Fremont Vice Mayor Anu Natarajan launched her campaign to become the nation’s first Indian American woman mayor.
Can a joke break down stereotypes and dispel myths? Middle Eastern American comedians Aron Kader, Maz Jobrani, Maysoon Zayid and Dean Obeidallah are proving that it can.