Description: Ray Hanania's humorous memoir on growing up Arab in America
Veteran journalist, standup comedian & morning Chicago radio talk show host Ray Hanania didn't start out wanting to be a journalist. He was going to be a doctor. "I'm Glad I Look Like a Terrorist (Ya Habibi)" takes the reader on a humorous adventure in the life of one child of immigrant parents from Palestine and the Middle East and his experiences as an Arab growing up in America. The book is the basis of his comedy act "I'm not Anti-Semitic, I'm anti-Semantic!" Ray's wife is Jewish (she thinks he's Puerto Rican) and so is his son (who is very patriotic: he's turned me in to the FBI three times just today!) View Rays website at www.TheMediaOasis.com. Check out his Standup Comedy. Listen to his Sunday morning radio show (WSBC AM 1240 and WCFJ AM 1470 radio 8-10 AM, www.RadioChicagoland.com). comic, satire, ethnicity, race and ethnicity in America. Palestine, Palestinians, Arab American, journalism, journalist, media, peace, Israelis, Israel.