The hashtags Arab American Heritage Month (ArabAmericanHeritageMonth) and (AAHM) were published on American social media platforms throughout the month of April, with the US State Department announcing its designation as Arab American Heritage Month.
Many American institutions published inspiring stories of Arab participation in American life and the extent of their influence on it, which were expressed in the US State Department’s statement that they have an imprint in all fields and professions. Read also A simple initiative by a Muslim child in Canada that turns into a charitable project that includes an army of volunteers For the first time .. in the video, a Muslim policeman recites the Maghrib call to prayer in a mosque in Canada He walks while fasting to collect donations … an elderly Muslim 101-year-old collects aid for Corona victims and dazzles the BritishIn the video, the British government spokeswoman in the Middle East publishes 30 stories of Muslim heroes
He shared the official account of immigrants in New York City, honoring Dr. Ahmed Jaber, founder of the Arab American Community in the city in 1998, expressing their pride and appreciation for what he had done to support the Arab community and work to integrate it with its neighbors.
Ambassador Erica Parks, responsible for international organizations affairs at the US State Department, also expressed her pride in the American immigrant of Egyptian origin who represents the United States in the Security Council in her discussions on Syria, Yemen and Libya.