Ethnically Ambiguous

Ethnically Ambiguous

A podcast about being Middle Eastern and immigrants in America, hosted by two friends, an Iranian and a Syrian, telling you what's up.... Show More
November 5, 2018 77 min

In episode 67, the girls talk about Shereen's sister's engagement party, the Saudi official and more sketchy figures who met with the Trump administration over a year ago do discuss taking down the regime in Iran, Lena Dunham's uninformed decisions to take on the Syrian refugee story, and more! Buy our new "I'm With The Banned" merch! Woohoo!


1. Saudi Spy Met With Team Trump About Taking Down Iran

2. Khashoggi case: All previous updates

3. Trump Jr. and Other Aides Met With Gulf Emissary Offering Help to Win Election

4. Inside the Mysterious Intelligence Firm Now in Mueller’s Sights

5. How 2 Gulf Monarchies Sought to Influence the White House

6. Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi’s murder was premeditated. Fine. Who premeditated it?

7. Saudi Arabia fires 5 top officials, arrests 18 Saudis, saying Khashoggi was killed in fight at consulate

8. Yemen Girl Who Turned World’s Eyes to Famine Is Dead

9. U.N. warns half Yemen's people could soon be on brink of famine

10. Re-telling other people’s stories isn’t allyship, Lena Dunham – it’s classic white feminism

11. Lena Dunham to Adapt Refugee Drama ‘A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea’ for Steven Spielberg and J.J. Abrams

12. Who Gets to Tell Other People’s Stories?

13. People Are Perplexed Why Lena Dunham Has Been Tapped To Adapt A Syrian Refugee Drama From Steven Spielberg

14. Lena Dunham under fire for writing movie about stranded Syrian refugee

15. Lena Dunham tapped to write screenplay about Syrian refugee, internet laughs and laughs

16. Ethnically Ambiguous Merch!

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