By Kyle Harris Usama Alshaibi doesn’t think of himself as a model refugee-turned-citizen. He’s neither a poster-child immigrant that Democratic strategists could parade around as a shining example of what happens
Check out this podcast interview I did with Chris Bell for The Playlist.. We had a very intense discussion on films and Arab identity in America.
Author Jack Sargeant interviews me and writes about my 2003 film The Amateurs in Senses of Cinema.
Colorado Filmmaker Explores His Arab-American Identity.
Documentary Examines What it Means to be Arab and Muslim in America
American Arab: Why is being an Arab suddenly the opposite of being a decent man? Click here to listen.
Host Janaan Hashim interviews me on Radio Islam on my broadcast premiere of American Arab and the identity of Arabs in America today.
From WhiteFungus.com “When I was born there were dead bodies hanging off nooses in the streets of downtown Baghdad.” “I feel it necessary to say here…that the two basic sentiments
Alshaibi also speaks of a “total demonization of the Iraqis.” As Kyle’s platoon is invited by an Iraqi Eid feasts after they stormed his house, the hosts turned out to
I’m really happy to be on this list. I know many of these fine talented folks and honored to be included with you all. I’m number 21! From Film 50,