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Dr. James Zogby answers political questions

Dr. James Zogby answers political questions
Cleveland American Middle East Organization (CAMEO)
46th Anniversary - May 20, 2016
St Elias Cultural Center in Cleveland



The Cleveland American Middle East Organization (CAMEO) is a nonpartisan, nonsectarian political action organization established in 1970. CAMEO celebrated their 46th anniversary at St Elias Cultural Center. Photos and videos from the CAMEO 46th anniversary event.

Dr. Zogby is founder and president of the Arab American Institute (AAI), a Washington, D.C.–based organization which serves as a political and policy research arm of the Arab-American community. He received an award from CAMEO and then took questions from the audience.

Dr. James Zogby

Dr. James Zogby

The first question was about the 2016 presidential election and Dr. Zogby said it is the "Most unusual year of politics I have ever seen."



The 2nd question asked was 'How do the national election affects local races?'



The last question was about refugees and immigration and the unsettled nature of the Middle East. Dr. Zogby said that the Refugee situation literally keeps him up at night. He said there is a need for an international summit on refugees. 20 years from now there will still be a million refugees in Lebanon.

Regarding the unsettled nature of the Middle East, Zogby said "There is no solution in the Middle East that doesn't involve Saudi Arabia and Iran."

Abby Mina, Dr. James Zogby, Pierre Bejjani and Tony Abdulkarim

Abby Mina, Dr. James Zogby,
Pierre Bejjani and Tony Abdulkarim











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