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Ayodhya Verdict Challenged In Supreme Court

*The Muslim Observer

By Nilofar Suhrawardy, MMNS NEW DELHI:  Challenging the Allahabad High Court verdict over the controversial Ayodhya-issue, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH), a leading Muslim organiz

Mahmood Shandiz Appointed VP of International Admissions, OKCU

*The Muslim Observer

Oklahoma City University has appointed Mahmood Shandiz as the university’s associate vice president for international admissions. Shandiz formerly served as senior associate

Afghanistan, A War Gone Wrong

*The Muslim Observer

The prospect of a negotiated peace is dismissed almost outright. . . . “There are no al-Qa’eda fighters in Afghanistan any more.” By James Fergusson

The Prophet Muhammad’s (s) Last Sermon

*The Muslim Observer

TMO Editor’s note:  This is printed because Prophet (s) delivered this sermon during Hajj and our Hajj 1431 just ended.  It is beautiful and good for us to remembe

Out of Sticks, US Offers Sudan a Carrot to Let South Secede

*The Muslim Observer

The US offered this week to remove Sudan from the list of state sponsors of terror as early as the middle of next year if Sudan agrees to let South Sudan secede in a referendum in

Dr Husain Nagamia Cardio Vascular Surgeon Nominated for Prestigious “Fredrick Reddy Award”

*The Muslim Observer

By Leon R Crews The Fredrick Reddy AWARD 2010: Dr Husain Nagamia has been unanimously nominated by Hillsborough County Medical Association Board (HCMA) to receive the prestigious

Welcoming Eid…with a Bang

*The Muslim Observer

By Sumayyah Meehan, MMNS Middle East Correspondent One of the traditional hallmarks of the Eid al Fitr & al Adha festivities in the Middle East is young children and adolesc

Malcolm X’s Thoughts on His Return from Hajj

*The Muslim Observer

In April of 1964, the man famous for forceful resolutions to the race problems in America made Hajj.  Below is his letter from Malcolm X, following his trip to Mecca. Never h

Seeing the Kaaba was ‘Incredible,’ Says South African Who Came on Bicycle

*The Muslim Observer

MINA: One of two young South African cyclists who rode all the way from Cape Town to Makkah has spoken of his happiness at finally being able to perform Haj. Nathim Cairncross, 28