Ray Hanania, Arab News US Special Correspondent, hosts "The Ray Hanania Radio Show" live on the US Arab Radio Network sponsored by Arab News, the Middle East's leading English language daily, on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit and WDMV AM 700 in Washington DC every Wednesday morning at 8 AM EST. The show is also broadcast live on www.facebook.com/ArabNews.
Guests include newsmakers from the White House, State Department, and Congress to Arab American thought leaders addressing breaking news stories.
For more information visit Arab News at www.ArabNews.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ArabNews.
For show bookings email: Ray.Hanania@arabnews.com
Yemen Reporter Saeed Al-Batati on Houthi violence; Cornelia Meyer on Global Anti-Corruption Coalition
Yemen Reporter Saeed Al-Batati on Houthi violence in Yemen and Cornelia Meyer on Global Anti-Corruption Coalition guest on this week’s "The Ray Hanania Radio Show,"
Arab Radio Frank Kane on Frankly Speaking, and Ali Safavi on Iran June 2, 2021
The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2, 2021 interviews in Segment 1 Arab News reporter Frank Kane on the launch of the second season of "Frankly Speaking" and then in Segment 2 interviews Ali Safavi of the NCRI on Iran's radical and dangerous regime. Live Arab Radio
The Ray Hanania Radio Show on Biden's Trip to Israel-Palestine
State Department officials discusses Secretary of State Anthony Blinken's trip to Israel and Palestine May 24, 2021 to jump start the peace process and provide relief to Palestinians on The Ray Hanania Radio Show Wed. May 26, 2021 on the US Arab Radio Network sponsored by ArabNews.com
Ray Hanania Radio on Israel-Palestine War; Jeff Bezos hypocrisy
Interviews with journalists on media bias in coverage of the Israel-Palestine Conflict and the scandal involving Washington Post and Amazon.com owner Jeff Bezos and his refusal to correct his news media errors.
05-05-21 Ray Hanania Show on anti-Arab Discrimination; and Women Guards at Prophet's Mosque
The Ray Hanania Show discinto rising anti-Arab discrimination as the countryrounds the corner to the 20th Anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with ADC President Samer Khalaf and ADC Legal CounselAbed Ayoub; and in segment 2 discusses the new contingent of female guards at the Prophet's Mosque in Medinah with Arab News reporter Deema Al-Khudair.
04-28-21 Armenian Genocide; Lebanese American NASCAR racer
The Ray Hanania Radio show in Detroit and Washington DC features two separate segments, one on Lebanese American Race car driver Toni Breidinger and her career in racing, and a look at the significance of President Biden recognizing the Armenian Genocide with Lara Setrakian and Ani Tchaghlasian National Board member of the Armenian National Committee of America