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On Burying My Grandmother and My Redress Control Number 

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By Nadia B. Ahmad When my grandmother was hospitalized following a cardiac arrest in 2011, I was in Denver. She was in New Jersey. I thought this was it. I booked the next flight

Recapping Our 8th Annual TMO Foundation Banquet

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by TMO Staff We, at The Muslim Observer (TMO), held our 8th annual TMO Foundation Banquet Gala in Michigan on October 22. The room was filled with positive energy and supporters

“Creeping Sharia”: A Myth?

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by Amina Khan The term “Sharia law” ignites heated arguments as non-Muslims attempt to define it through tenuous sources. However, concurrently, radical Muslims also dissem

No Place to Run, No Place to Hide: How the Genocide in Myanmar Against Muslims Has Unfolded

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by Amina Khan Rohingya women, men, and children are ruthlessly being executed by the Myanmar army as a form of ethnic cleansing. These Muslims are being hunted like animals, wh

Muslim Americans Protest the Continuing Genocide Against Rohingyas

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by TMO Staff Muslims worldwide plan to observe September 16, 2017 as a day of silence in solidarity with Rohingyas to protest the ongoing genocide against them. The call is gi

DACA: Trump Pronounces the Death of Dreams

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by TMO Staff About 800,000 young undocumented immigrants are at risk of deportation, if the president and members of the House and Senate can not make a deal in the next 6 month

New Strategy for Afghanistan Calls for More Troops

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by Aysha Qamar “My original instinct was to pull out, and historically I like to follow my instincts,” President Donald Trump said in a speech outlining his plan for the 16-y

Authorities Shoot and Kill Suspect of Barcelona Attack

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by Rehan Qamar Tragedy hit as a car plowed through a crowd in Barcelona, Spain last week. 13 people were killed, with more than 100 injured, in the terrorist attack that occurred

Trump Proposes Immigration Cuts in New Bill

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by Aysha Qamar “It’s great to be here today to unveil legislation that would represent the most significant reform to our immigration system in a half a century,” President

Ibtihaj Muhammad: Fusing Faith, Fashion and Fencing

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by Humera Dasu Islam, saber fencing, and Louella, all have a common denominator- and that is Ibtihaj Muhammad. Otherwise known as the first hijabi on the American Olympic team, Mu