About

“When I’m in America, I’m always the Arab. But in Syria, I’m introduced as the American kid. You realize no matter where you go you’re identified by what is unique about you…My childhood and fondest memories are from Damascus. My heart, heritage, and my blood go back there. On the other hand, I’m a New Yorker. My life, my home, and my professional career are in New York. I am forever destined to be connected to both worlds.” – Interview from FWD Mag Dec. 2007

“sarabiany” captures some of the thoughts, perspectives and experiences of my connected worlds.

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