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G’day mate! If you are a recent migrant to the land Down Under, this podcast series in Arabic is for you. Australia Explained will help you understand the quirky habits that embody the Aussie way of life. - غوداي مايت! هذه هي التحية الشائعة في أستراليا بلاد الداون أندر. إذا هاجرت حديثاً إلى أستراليا وترغب باستكشاف أسرار الحياة هنا وكيف يعيش السكان المحليون، استمع لبودكاست "أستراليا بالعربي" وستعرف ماذا يعني أن تكون أسترالياً حقيقيا!
 
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Nabil Habiby leads the youth ministry at the Sin el Fil Nazarene Church, and lectures on the many of the ideals Jesus of Nazareth stood for and preached. During these turbulent times where religious extremism and violence is on the rise, we had an honest conversation of what unites us all and how best to counter our worst impulses often hidden behi…
 
Ronnieh Chatah is the creator and host of The Beirut Banyan, and a good friend and fellow activist.When situations get sticky, Ronnie hops on a call and we usually end up having a live conversation to flesh out what the problem is and what we each think could help move forward.This is the audio from our conversation on Instagram Live. You can watch…
 
Makram Rabah is a lecturer on Lebanese history in the American University of Beirut. His latest books delves deep into the battle of the jabal, between Maronites and Druzes and the effects this battle had and lessons we can learn from it.Collective memory is a prerequisite to moving forward, we discussed what that means and how we can apply it in o…
 
If you're like me, you might be struggling to find a reliable, trustworthy source of information on Lebanon's offshore oil and gas prospects, the current situation with the maritime border demarcation and Hezbollah's daily threats and promises that the not-yet-confirmed gas field is the ONLY salvation for Lebanon.We discussed all of this with oil a…
 
"Ziad' is a name we gave a Sulta Insider with years of experience working across vital ministries in Lebanon. He currently still works at one, so we hide his identity to protect both him and still have access to his insights form behind the scenes of Lebanese government.The first episode discussed in detail how upwards of 20 billion USD was siphone…
 
Joe Kawly is the Arab World's first openly queer news anchor and a passionate defender of all human rights when not on the air. In this heartfelt conversation, we talk about what it's like being the "first" to openly come out, the responsibility that comes with that and how Joe Kawly sees the LGBTQI+ community situation in the Arab World and Lebano…
 
Pamela Ghanem was banned off Twitter for her Tweets, after coordinated campaigns by religious extremists from across the Arab World against her. Pamela writes for Raseef22 and used to run Atheist Republic's Arabic section.In light of recent supreme court decisions in the US to overturn Roe vs. Wade, as well as an uptick in violence against women in…
 
Listen in to this episode of Australia Explained, as new migrants discuss how they navigate the 'best' educational future for their children, whether in the private or public systems, while trying to shake off their expectations from the Arab world. - أين الكتب؟ ولماذا ليس هناك واجبات منزلية؟ استمع إلى تجارب المهاجرين العرب الجدد في محاولة إيجاد "أ…
 
Australia's public healthcare system can be difficult to navigate, especially for those new to the country. This episode of Australia Explained explores the intricacies of the system through the perspective of migrants, covering everything from what a GP actually is to why the wait for a specialist appointment can take so long. - على الرغم من قوة ن…
 
Securing a suitable job after arriving in Australia can often be difficult for new migrants, but there are a number of advantages of finally doing so. In this episode, we hear from skilled migrants on the difficulties in securing their first job in Australia, and the differences in workplace culture compared to the Arab countries they’ve come from.…
 
The world of property rental is one that can pose a number of challenges for new migrants looking for a place to live in Australia. But, the headaches don't stop after finding a place and receiving the keys, as new arrivals must then navigate around town using a public transport system they are unfamiliar with, or while learning to drive on the lef…
 
Ever been asked to "bring your own food" to a lunch or dinner occasion? Or been kissed on the cheek by a person of the opposite sex during a greeting? Learn more about some of the social traditions that can often puzzle Arab migrants in this episode of Australia Explained. - هل طُلب منك "إحضار طبق" إلى دعوة غداء أو عشاء؟ أو هل حاول رجل أو امرأة "تق…
 
The first episode of Australia Explained season two explores the various challenges that Australian slang poses to newly arrived migrants. Hear some of the words and phrases that leave many people confused, and the embarrassing encounters they have had with native English speakers. - تستعرض الحلقة الأولى من بودكاست أستراليا بالعربي، الموسم الثاني، …
 
The Australia Explained podcast is back for a second season, taking you along the settlement journey of Arab migrants who share some of the most common cultural shocks they experience upon their arrival Down Under. - بودكاست أستراليا بالعربي يعود مجدداً بموسمه الثاني ليأخذكم في رحلة استقرار بعض المهاجرين العرب، ويشارككم بأبرز الصدمات الثقافية التي …
 
One of the first things you'll notice after arriving in Australia is how passionate Aussies are about taking part in, or watching sport. Regardless of the season or the state you reside in, a sport that suits your preferences is always easily accessible. In this final episode of 'Australia Explained', we look at two of the country's most popular sp…
 
You may have a favourite beach to swim, ride waves or just dip your feet in the water. But Australia's vast coastline could mean that a new favourite spot is just waiting to be discovered. The country is home to over 10,000 beaches, and if you tried to visit a new one every day, it would take you nearly 27 years to see them all. In this episode of …
 
In this episode of Australia Explained, we decode uniquely Australian humour which has bewildered visitors and new migrants for generations. We share some of the quirkiest jokes you might hear in Australia and take you on a tour around popular culture icons, art, music, and fashion. - لماذا يستخدم الأستراليون السخرية في كلامهم مع الآخرين؟ مرحبًا بك…
 
Have you visited a pub in Australia? For many, a pub is not only a place to get a drink, but also a place to spend time with family and friends. In this episode of Australia Explained, we learn why pubs are so well-loved, and why many people rate Australian pubs better than English pubs. We also reveal the experiences of Arab migrants who visited t…
 
Have you ever tried kangaroo or witchetty grub meat? What’s your favourite Aussie treat? In the second installment of Australia Explained, we discuss some of the country's most iconic dishes and equip you with easy-to-prepare recipes and also unfold the stories of their origin… and much more with Australian-Lebanese chef Hoda Kobeissi. - هل سبق لك …
 
Brekkie. Biccy. Barby. These are all classic Aussie slang words that leave some people scratching their heads in confusion. Know what an ‘arvo’ is? Don’t worry, we’ll explain. Learn about some of the best known (or not known) Australian slang words, as well as why different parts of the country have their own accents. - اتقانك للغة الإنجليزية لا يع…
 
Tune in to Australia Explained, SBS Arabic24's latest podcast, which offers a beginner's guide to all things Aussie, including need-to-know slang, foods, music, sports, comedy, and much more. - كل ما تحتاج معرفته عن الثقافة الأسترالية ونمط الحياة في أستراليا. ابتداءً من اللهجة العامية الإنجليزية والطعام الى الموسيقى والرياضة وحس الفكاهة الأسترالي ض…
 
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