Entries by TMO

Sold-Out Dinner to Commemorate Palestinian Land Day

by Noor H. Salem More than 500 attendees gathered at Greenfield Manor in Dearborn on Friday, March 30th for a dinner organized by MY-ICD, Islamic Center of Detroit youth, and American Muslims for Palestine to commemorate Palestinian Land Day. The hall setup was noteworthy, and the extra virgin olive oil, zaa’tar (ground oregano with sesame seeds), […]

Is the Joke on Us?

by TMO Staff We joked about Trump tweeting us into WWIII, but now it might be a reality President Trump is notorious for tweeting his opinions about everything that exists or has existed on Earth. Throughout the presidency of Barack Obama, Donald Trump criticized the policies and actions taken by the Obama administration. He would […]

“Hello, I am a Muslim”

by Aysha Qamar Throughout Europe, “Hello, I am a Muslim”, an initiative to promote understating and cooperation between Muslims and non-Muslims, is taking the streets by storm. The event launched in London’s central King’s Cross Station depicts young people promoting unity and communication in public places between individuals. Beginning in the United Kingdom, it has […]

Memo to MbS: Moderate Islam Needs Democracy

By Muqtedar Khan Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman is projecting himself as a champion of moderate Islam who promises to return Saudi Arabia to what it allegedly was: “a country of moderate Islam.” In an interview with the Washington Post, he said thatIslam was a sensible and simple religion that has been hijacked. However, his […]

Ascension of the Believer; Uplifting Event in Farmington

by Noor H. Salem A full house gathered March 24 at the Islamic Cultural Association of Farmington Hills for the first ever workshop, Ascension of the Believer. The workshop is provided my Miftaah Institute, and aims to share the remarkable and divine link of prayer. Audience ranged from youngsters to the elders, all as attentive and […]

Eating Healthy on a Tight Schedule

by Noor H. Salem Trying to juggle work, caring for the needs of your family, and having time for yourself can get a bit overwhelming at times. For that, I advise clients to organize their tasks and plan ahead to reduce stressing over inconsequential matters. Majority of clients share their frustration of working while trying to […]

Rare Conviction of Cow-vigilantes in Lynching Case

by Syyed Mansoor Agha 11 People Get Life Term in BJP Ruled State; Were Caught Dis-regarding P.M. Modi’s Advice Persecution and lynching the people of other faith is an old age phenomenon. European history is socked in the blood of co-religion people killed on behest of this church or that. You turn to the past […]

March for our Lives

by Samana Sheikh While I’m staring blankly at an angry crowd, people continue to raise their voices some screaming, “We need Gun Control!” Others shouting, “Safety needs to be ensured for our children!” On Saturday March 24th, the March for our lives protest occurred in Detroit, MI. The local community gathered to show support for […]

Muslim Family Services Banquet Dinner

by Samana Sheikh The annual banquet dinner for Muslim Family Services was held at Burton Manor last night. Their main goal was to spread awareness about overcoming strife and difficulties through the various programs they have to offer. Special guests Azhar Usman, Altaf Hussain and Khadega Mohammad, each had a chance to broadcast their voices […]

Mom’s Ginger Coconut Muffins

by Noor H. Salem While you may be oblivious to the entire system within you that works in utmost perfect harmony, when you study the human body you will be left with a dropped-jaw at the precision. Whether you are in your youth, or have experienced decades of life thus far, it’s fundamental that you comprehend […]

Beyond A Story: Once Upon the Nile

by Noor H. Salem It was an incredible weekend in Farmington Hills, where more than 200 students gathered for yet another seminar, hosted by Qabeelah Ittihaad, Michigan. Once Upon the Nile: The Epic of Moses, taught by Shaykh Mohammed Mana, brought attendees from Canada, Ohio, and even as far as Chicago. While the students may have […]

Georgian Muslims are strangers in their own country

by Inga Popovaite The Republic of Georgia is an avowedly Christian country, but one out of every ten Georgian citizens is Muslim. Eye-catching headlines in recent months have touched on the ethnic Chechen and Kist villages of Pankisi Gorge in the country’s north-west. A small number of residents have left for Iraq and Syria, to […]

An Islamophobe appointed new National Security Adviser

by Dr. Aslam Abdullah John Bolton is the new National Security Adviser. He is the chairman of the Gatestone Institute, an international policy think tank that has spread false and unverified information about Muslim refugees in Europe and promoted anti-Islam fears in the Christian and Jewish world. It is reported that he received more than […]

Statistics Support Polyandry and not polygyny

by Dr. Aslam Abdullah In our world there are 50.4 percent men and 49.6 percent women. In countries where Muslims are in majority out of 1.5 billion billion (China and India and Russia not included) men outnumber women by almost two percent. Yet, people argue that if men do not marry multiple wives, they would […]