Arab Americans are one of the largest growing bicultural groups in the United States. Arabs in America have historically faced discrimination, prejudice, and stereotyping, especially after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The impact of these experiences on Arabs in America is likely to have dire consequences, especially for adolescents as they develop their identities and well-being. This article provides a narrative review of research focusing on the impact of discrimination experiences on developmental processes of ethnic identity and self-concept in adolescents of Arab descent in America. The research on this group was found to be scarce but more recently emerging, and to contain various methodological weaknesses within studies. This narrative review discusses these limitations, as well as the gaps found within the studies reviewed that need to be addressed in future research endeavors in order to strengthen and increase the body of evidence regarding adolescents of Arab descent in America.