Pakistan’s Forgotten Casualties of War

Thousands of civilians flee fighting between the military and the Taliban By Omar Waraich in Chingalai, Buner Residents are seen fleeing f

Book Review: Commander of the Faithful

I am happy to share with you Commander of the Faithful: The Life and Times of Emir Abd el-Kader, a new book by John Kiser. Why, you might ask, should I read a book about a mid 19

First Pakistani-American Valedictorian at City Tech

  “I want to help bring peace and harmony to the world,” says Ayesha Siddiqui, who is proud to be an American-Muslim, a Pakistani-American and a New Yorke

Michigan’s Oldest Mosque

State’s oldest mosque celebrating 70 years By Khalil AlHajal File:   American Moslem Society congregation members before praying a

Iran Corridor for US Troops to Afghanistan?

Iranian cleric Ahmad Khatami (R) delivers a sermon during Friday prayers in Tehran  May 1, 2009. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi On March 27, DEBKA-Net-Weekly

Pakistan, US in Talks on Nuclear Security

Aim to keep technology away from terrorists; Uranium may be shipped to America for disposal By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff  WASHINGTON - US and Pakistani officials have begun

The History of the ISI & RAW

By Geoffrey Cook, MMNS Orlando--May 4--The news that is coming out of Pakistan is disturbing.  Over a month ago, the Central Government recognized the autonomy of the breath

ACCESS 38th Anniversary Dinner Recap

By Houmam Saker “We are going to make it!” These were the words of Senator Debbie Stabenow that were met with thunderous applause at ACCESS’ 38th Anniversary Di

Two Weeks’ Notice

By Manzur Ejaz The US is clear on the point that the Pakistan Army, and not the civilian government, is the one to decide about the war against the Taliban. If the army can man

Chaos on Cairo Streets

By Sumayyah Meehan MMNS Middle East Correspondent Cars on bustling Cairo streets compete with pedestrians, donkey carts, buses and motorcycles as they make their way down the eve