Entries by TMO

Recipe for a healthy Kale Quinoa Salad

by Noor H. Salem Dealing with clients for many years now has led me to understand some of the major challenges when it comes to weight loss, or reaching a health goal: willpower. Countless of my clients are intolerant to gluten, yet find it difficult to withhold from reaching from the fresh and hot bread […]

Communities remain unprepared for the (after-) school shootings that nobody talks about

by Aysha Qamar In 2019, students in the United States faced more than 40 shootings during school hours. Schools practice active shooter drills year-round, but often don’t take the same precautions when it comes to preparing for shootings during after-school activities, many of which occur when the public and students from more than one school are present. […]

Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives

By TMO Staff In December 2019, the House of Representatives voted on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. President Trump has officially been the third president in United States history to be impeached. The first article is the Abuse of Power by President Trump. The article states that “Using the powers of his […]

India Could Become the Next Breeding Ground for Radicalism

by Muqtedar Khan This article was first published in The National Interest and republished with permission from the author. The way India has clamped down on Kashmir, the only Muslim majority state of India since August and the systematic violation of human rights there and across the country can only be described as state-sponsored Islamophobia. […]

AFMI’s 28th International Convention Celebrates Excellence

by Mohammed Ayub Khan BHUBANESWAR, INDIA—The American Federation of Muslims of Indian Origin (AFMI)’s 28th International Convention and Gala Awards Ceremony was held in the historic city of Bhubaneswar on Dec.23-24th 2019. The two-day event attracted awardees and delegates from across India and abroad. It is a testimony of the program’s success that it is […]

Health and Wellbeing: Nutrition, Herbs and Spices

by Khalid Rizvi “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” – Hippocrates Nutrients can provide you with optimum energy and health, diet-related diseases increase if underestimate the right food and nutrition. Macronutrients: Proteins, fats, and carbohydrates are all used for energy. It is recommended daily calorie requirement for active individuals: Carbohydrates: 50-55% of […]

Americans of all faiths come together in solidarity following 9 anti-Semitic attacks in New York

by Aysha Qamar Americans nationwide have come together in solidarity to condemn attacks that targeted the Jewish community this month in New York. Within the last two weeks, nine anti-Semitic attacks have made headlines in the state, spreading fear in the Jewish community. The most recent attack occurred on Saturday when a man broke into the […]

(Dis)integrating Muslims, Dismantling India

This article was originally published on The Diplomat, read it here. India, where Muslims have been at home for more than a millennium, is trying its hardest to alienate, disenfranchise, and disintegrate them. By Muqtedar Khan From Europe to Australia, not just countries but entire continents are struggling to integrate their growing Muslim populations. Religious, […]

Coalition of Americans for Pluralism in India called an Emergency Meeting

by TMO Staff The Coalition of Americans for Pluralism in India (CAPI) called for an emergency community meeting regarding India’s new citizenship bill on Dec. 21.  This act, also known as Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), will fast track the citizenship process for Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis and Christians from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The […]

Indians Rise Up Against Hindu Supremacy

by Sonali Kolhatkar This article was originally publsihed on TruthDig.com- read the story here. India’s government has pushed through a dangerous new bill that has provoked a mass uprising. The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) offers a fast-track to legalization for Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Buddhist and Jain immigrants from bordering nations while explicitly denying one religious […]

The Geopolitics of Yemen’s Civil War

This post was originally published by the Center for Global Policy by CGP Staff This report provides a brief explanation of Yemen’s decline into a chaotic and multidimensional conflict involving multiple civil wars within a larger war, with analysis of major developments in Yemen’s history post-1990. Two centers of gravity in the Yemeni crisis — […]

Health and Wellbeing: Healthy Sleep

by Khalid Rizvi The World Health Organisation (WHO) has now declared a sleep loss epidemic throughout industrialized nations. According to the organization,  a lot of people are struggling for sound and adequate sleep and suffering from insomnia. A Gallup survey found that 4 out of 10 Americans get less than the recommended seven or more hours […]

Taco Style Quinoa Bowl

by Noor H. Salem, certified holistic health coach After working with clients for many years now, one of the challenges I’ve found many of them experience is finding good gluten-free replacements. Whether you are a big fan of Tabouli salad, but can’t consume it because of the cracked wheat, or love taco bowls and wish […]

Do Blue Lives Matter to the GOP?

A Police Chief criticizes the GOP for their support of the National Rifle Association By TMO Staff Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo has recently criticized the Republican party, also known as the GOP: Grand Ol’ Party, and the Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell, for choosing the NRA, the National Rifle Association, over protecting American lives. […]

General Haftar Attacks Internationally Recognized Government in Tripoli

By Yousuf Ali On December 12th, General Khalifa Haftar announced his intensions to severely escalate Libya’s civil war by attempting to capture Tripoli from the internationally recognized Government of National Accord. According to Al Jazeera, Haftar said, “Today, we announce the decisive battle and the advancement towards the heart of the capital to set it […]


by M.Basheer Ahmed M.D. This presentation was made at a gathering of Imams and Muslim leaders at the occasion of celebrating the American festival of Thanksgiving. As you all know the First Thanksgiving was celebrated by European Immigrants- the Pilgrims, after their first harvest in October 1621. It is said that this harvest festival was attended […]

Health and Wellbeing: Adequate Water

by Khalid Rizvi The fact is that living things cannot survive without water, meaning neither can humans. Water makes up 50%-70% of our body weight. It is essential for the metabolic process as dehydration hampers the whole body’s normal function. The groundbreaking book of Dr.F. Batmanghelidj, ” Your Body’s Many Cries for Water” has been translated […]