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ISNA Convention 2008

*The Muslim Observer

ISNA President Ingrid Mattson addresses ISNA conference attendees during the 45th Annual ISNA Convention, on the theme, Ramadan, a Time for Change. By Ilyas Choudry, MMNS Columbus

Hilal Sighting Committee of North America Weighs in on Moon Sighting

*The Muslim Observer

There were no authenticated Hilal sighting reports anywhere in North America on Sunday, August 31 evening. The National Ulema & Astronomers Conference declared Ramadhan start o

First Ever Muslim Democratic Caucus Meeting

*The Muslim Observer

The last seven years have been strange ones for American Muslims in politics. That much was evident at this morning’s first ever Muslim Democratic Caucus meeting. Aftab Sidd

Sami Al-Arian Freed on Bail in Virginia

*The Muslim Observer

Sami Al-Arian is out on bail in Virginia today, said his attorney Jonathan Turley. “He is having a very cheerful reunion with four of his children in Washington, D.C.,â€

Demand For Bajrang Dal & VHP’s Ban

*The Muslim Observer

Activists of Bajrang Dal, a hardline Hindu group, dance during victory celebrations in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh August 31, 2008. Hindus in Kashmir called off their tw

Hindu Mobs Ransack Villages as Christians Hide in Forests

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy Gethin Chamberlain, The Observer An activist from Communist Party of India (Marxist), or CPI (M) attends a protest against the killing of Christians in Orissa, in N

Bostonians Learn About Darfur — Sorting Truth from Zionist Fiction

*The Muslim Observer

By Karin Friedemann On August 10, 2008, Dr. Samina Khan gave a talk in a private home in Boston about her recent trip to Sudan, where she attended the Peace and Reconciliation Conf

Woman

*The Muslim Observer

By Elder George The following advice for womanly conduct was taken from the book, Unto Thee I Grant, which contains writings purportedly from Amenhotep IV of ancient Egypt. Whether

Investments–Sitting Still

*The Muslim Observer

By Bob Wood, MMNS From time to time I like to look back on what I have advocated in this space to see if what I wrote has held up over time. Too often we hear a promoter in the fin