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Jerusalem: Waiting for Bulldozers

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy Maan News Jerusalem – Ma’an – Mousa Muhammad Ahmad Ouda’s new name is “Number 59.” Ouda’s house is marked 59 of a total of

Eye on Arab Media: Arab States’ Growing Fear of Iran

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy New America Media, News analysis, Jalal Ghazi Iran’ President Ahmadinejad hugs UN General Assembly Chief d’Escoto du

Day 4 in Gaza

*The Muslim Observer

By Sameh Akram Habeeb, MMNS Gaza Correspondent (reporting from Gaza) Gaza Strip, 30 Dec, 2008--The Israeli air force is still launching the heaviest bombardments in Gaza ever. The

Nigeria: Muslim Groups Demand Holiday On First Day of Hijra Year

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy Abbas Jimoh, AllAfrica.com Islamic groups in Nigeria has demanded that Muharram 1, marking the beginning of every Islamic year should be declared a public holiday by t

Former PM Hasina Wins Landslide in Bangladesh

*The Muslim Observer

By Anis Ahmed Women queue to cast their votes at a polling booth in Dhaka December 29, 2008. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

Islam in Cambodia

*The Muslim Observer

The post-Khmer Rouge nation is a portrait of tolerance for Muslims, but the US worries that this could change. Courtesy David Montero and The Christian Science Monitor

Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Awaken Bollywood

*The Muslim Observer

The India film stars dictate fashion and customs, but they usually aren’t politically active. The recent killings seem to have changed that. Courtesy Anupama Chopra, LA Tim

Egypt in Quandary as Gaza Raids Divide the Muslim World

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy Volkhard Windfuhr in Cairo, Der Spiegel Demonstrators protest against the Israeli air strikes in Gaza, in front of the journalists

Report: Unrest Caused by Bad Economy May Require Military Action

*The Muslim Observer

Courtesy Diana Washington Valdez, El Paso Times El Paso - A U.S. Army War College report warns an economic crisis in the US could lead to massive civil unrest and the need to call