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Middle East Hit by U.S. Financial Crisis

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy New America Media, Shane Bauer Editor's Note: Even oil-rich Arab countries, which until recently were smug about being insulated from the financial debacle on Wall Street,

Financial Crisis Sparks Interest in Islamic Banking

*The Muslim Observer

By Dr. A. S. Nakadar   Pigeons sit on a Barclays Bank emblem in Loughborough, central England, October 8, 2008. The government pumped 50 billion pounds of taxpayersâ€

UK Ambassador: Afghan Doom

*The Muslim Observer

Britain’s Ambassador to Afghanistan has stoked opposition to the allied operation there by reportedly saying that the campaign against the Taliban insurgents would fail and

Basheer Khan, CEO, Innowave Technologies

*The Muslim Observer

By Ayub Khan, MMNS In the world of computer applications integration, fusion middleware, and web services account for cutting edge research and development. Basheer Khan’s

Olmert: Israel Should Pull out of West Bank

*The Muslim Observer

By Ethan Bronner Israel’s Prime Minister Ehud Olmert speaks during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem October 5, 2008. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun JERUSALEM—PM O

How I Celebrate Eid This Year

*The Muslim Observer

By Mahvish Akhtar, MMNS Today is Eid. It is a day to be joyous and to be happy. Yet for some reason I can’t find one good reason to be happy today. I smile and laugh and get

Political Strategy Of Communalizing Anti-Terrorist Moves Has Failed!

*The Muslim Observer

By Nilofar Suhrawardy, MMNS An Indian police officer stands guard at a barricade during a curfew in Srinagar October 5, 2008. Indian authorities imposed an indefinite curfew

No Longer a Day at the Beach

*The Muslim Observer

By Sumayyah Meehan, MMNS Enjoying a day at the beach has always been something fun and affordable for families in Egypt. Who wouldn’t want to take a dip in the Red Sea or

Keep the Faith

*The Muslim Observer

By Imam Abdullah Bey El-Amin When “bad” things happen to us, it might not be so bad after all.  It just might be a lesson and training tool for our future growth a