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Dr. Muna Ali Discusses Identity Crisis Amongst Muslim Community at Arizona State University

*The Muslim Observer

By Nidah Chatriwala Dr. Muna Ali, a knowledgeable scholar as well as the co-founder of the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Arizona, recently shared her doctorate dissertation “Id

Sound Effects

*The Muslim Observer

Sound effects (or audio effects) are artificially created or enhanced sounds, or sound processes used to emphasize artistic or other content of films, television shows, live perfor

“Iranian Messi” In Demand

*The Muslim Observer

By Parvez Fatteh, Founder of http://sportingummah.com, sports@muslimobserver.com Iranian footballer Sardar Azmoun has been plying his trade with Russian club Rubin Kazan. But the

The Art of Dealing with People According to Ahadith

*The Muslim Observer

By Adil James, TMO Bloomfield--April 4--Imam Masmari spoke to about 100 people at the Unity Center about dealing with people according to the prophetic traditions--he emphasized

Enemy of the Reich

*The Muslim Observer

By Adil James, TMO Farmington--April 9--Michael Wolfe’s Movie, Enemy of the Reich, is an hour long documentary about the life of Nurunnisa Khan, the beloved daughter of Haz

The Conspirators

*The Muslim Observer

By TMO Editor-in-Chief Dr. Aslam Abdullah What was always feared has now been confirmed. The Babari Masjid was not demolished by the fringe of a hateful, fanatic and crazy mob but

Letter to the Editor

*The Muslim Observer

Sub:- After BJP Manifesto,  India faces grave communal threats Dear Sir or Madam Whatever people may think and talk about economic and development issues during on-going Par

Top 10 Ways in Which It Was Actually the Israeli Government That Derailed Peace Talks

*The Muslim Observer

By Juan Cole This post originally ran on Juan Cole’s Web page. Right wing Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday blamed the Palestinians for the collapse of p

U.N. rights chief says Syria government abuses ‘far outweigh’ rebels

*The Muslim Observer

By Michelle Nichols (Reuters) - Human rights violations by Syrian government forces “far outweigh” those by armed opposition groups, U.N. human rights chief Navi Pilla