Feedback: Galaxy’s Edge and the cartooning of Arab culture

Cross-culture divide at Galaxy’s Edge Lorraine Ali’s column [“Arab Culture Visits the Theme Park,” June 16] was insightful for me. I loved the line: “Pronounced Aa-rab-esh, it resembles Arabic, if Arabic was dropped in a blender with Hebrew, my son’s physics homework and a bag of pretzel sticks.”...

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