The Mokarzels' Contributions to the Arabic-Speaking Community in the United States(*)

Suleiman, Michael W.
March 1999
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p71
Academic Journal
Presents a study of two brothers, Naoum and Salloum Mokarzel, leaders and pioneers in the field of journalism. Account of the vision of Naoum; Factor to which Salloum attributed the success of Syrian Americans in commerce; Comparison between the contributions of Naoum and Salloum to the Arabic-speaking community in the United States.


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