American travel and food writer Zora O'Neill studied Arabic for seven years when she was younger. In 2011, post-Arab Spring, she traveled the Arab world to learn how the language is spoken by people as different from one another as Moroccans and Emiratis. Her new book, "All Strangers are Kin," is a travel memoir held together by her passion for the language. Produced by: Stephen Snyder. Image credit: Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Reuters.
Aired June 17, 2016
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