As moustafa bayoumi argues in his provocative investigation young arab americans are still struggling to define their identities in a hostile environment and to cope with the governments distrustdespite what they have suffered and continue to endure bayoumi and his interview subjects still hope that america is a place where they can live in peace and find justice fairness and freedom. Wholly intelligent and sensitively drawn how does it feel to be a problem is an important investigation into the hearts and minds of young arab americans this significant and eminently readable work breaks through preconceptions and delivers a fresh take on a unique and vital community. The story of how young arab and muslim americans are forging lives for themselves in a country that often mistakes them for the enemyarab and muslim americans are the new largely undiscussed problem of american society their lives no better understood than those of african americans a century ago under the cover of the terrorist attacks the wars in afghanistan and iraq and the explosion . Moustafa bayoumi talks about how does it feel to be a problem being young and arab in america penguin press august 14 2008 in his book a 2008 ameri. How does it feel to be a problem being young and arab in america by moustafa bayoumi 0 comments the following comments are the opinions of the individuals who posted them they do not necessarily represent the position of intercom or ithaca college and the editors reserve the right to monitor and delete comments that violate college policies
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