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A Dream For Palestine

*The Muslim Observer

By Susan Schwartz, TMO The focus of humanitarian concern through out the world is on Palestine. That beleaguered land has been called the world’s largest outdoor prison as

The Shari’ah Controversy in America:

*The Muslim Observer

By Waheeduddin Ahmed, Ph.D. Islamophobia, as it exists today in America, cannot be assigned to a single cause. It has a variety of causes. Differences in belief systems have littl

Valedictorian Asks Peers to Remember Families

*The Muslim Observer

By Sarah Plummer Every parking space was filled at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center Saturday for Woodrow Wilson’s 85th commencement ceremony. Cars lined Armory

Tony Blair Reads Qur`an

*The Muslim Observer

The envoy and former prime minister, 58, says he reads Qur’an every day By Tim Adams Sometimes it feels strange not to be prime minister – if you are at an occasion

Forbesganj-Case: Politicians’ Secular Image At Stake

*The Muslim Observer

By Nilofar Suhrawardy, TMO NEW DELHI: While the Forbesganj incident is proving to be a major embarrassment for Bihar government’s “secular” image, it has made t

III. A Progressive Israeli Argument for the Two-State Solution

*The Muslim Observer

By Geoffrey Cook, TMO San Francisco--Home at last!  Home at last with a thick new notebook. During the past week (6th-12th), the initial reports were that the casualties of

God’s Word Against Israel

*The Muslim Observer

By Karin Friedemann, TMO Zionist Judaism claims that the Covenant of God is a real estate deal. An “eternal” real estate deed given to the Jews unconditionally by God.

A Summer of “Sandboarding”

*The Muslim Observer

By Sumayyah Meehan, TMO One of the biggest complaints often heard by residents, and visitors alike, is the lack of sporting activities in the Middle East. The lack of outdoor acti

The Quiet Corner of the Mideast (Surprise)

*The Muslim Observer

By Helene Cooper Washington — In the Arab democracy movement, there is a dog that has not yet barked. And whether or not it does — and how loudly — is causing