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Imran Khan: Set to Play the Innings of His Life

*The Muslim Observer

By Jason Burke After years on the political fringes, the playboy cricketer turned philanthropist and party leader is being widely hailed as the new saviour of Pakistan The crowd

Houstonian–Muslim & Jewish Communities Together

*The Muslim Observer

A very successful gathering, organized by Crescent Youth (an organization of Muslim Youth of the Greater Houston Region), was held on Christmas Eve (Saturday) at Masjid At-Taqwa wi

Community News (14-2)

*The Muslim Observer

Mahir Rahman has prestigious options ATLANTIC CITY,NJ--In an era when students and parents worry about paying tuition fees there are some who overcome such hurdles with dint of ha

“I Have a Trust, But What Does It Mean To Have It “Funded?”

*The Muslim Observer

By Adil Daudi, Esq. Although the concept of estate planning has been addressed in my previous articles, as well as the importance of establishing a Revocable Living Trust, one top

Stomping Out Vote Buying in Kuwait

*The Muslim Observer

By Sumayyah Meehan, TMO By definition the word democracy means, “A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through ele

Opinion: Syria, From a Syrian-American Activist

*The Muslim Observer

By Geoffrey Cook, TMO Silicon Valley--Nr. San Jose Calif. I. A Syrian-American Activist Last spring a young Syrian-American activist conversed with me and several people here in

Israeli Girl, 8, at Center of Tension Over Religious Extremism

*The Muslim Observer

By Isabel Kershner BEIT SHEMESH, Israel — The latest battleground in Israel’s struggle over religious extremism covers little more than a square mile of this Jewish

Tareq Mehanna Found Guilty

*The Muslim Observer

By Karin Friedemann, TMO On December 20, 2011, Tareq Mehanna was found guilty of terrorism support by a Boston jury, despite the fact that the government relied solely on innuendo

Ahmed Bile Named Male Athlete of the Year

*The Muslim Observer

FAIRFAX,VA--Annandale High School cross country runner Ahmed Bile was named Male Athlete of the Year 2011 by the Fairfax Times. Bile joins the young group of Americans of Somali or

After New Year’s Eve

*The Muslim Observer

By Azher Quaider The New Year Eve’s celebrations are over. The crowds in Time Square have gone home. The fireworks at Navy are done. 2011 has now become history. It is time