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  • Brunei Princess Weds in Lavish Ceremony

    By VINCENT THIAN, Associated Press Writer Sun Jun 10, 3:22 PM ET BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei – A two-week lavish wedding celebration for the daughter of Brunei’s sultan — one of the world’s richest men — culminated Sunday in a ceremony steeped in the royal tradition of this tiny, oil-rich nation. ADVERTISEMENT Princess Majeedah Nuurul

  • “President Bush Driven by Fanatic Ideology” Says Candidate Hillary Clinton

    By TMO Staff Writer Speaking to a select group of people that included delegates from the Pakistani American Muslim community at Fishbone’s of Detroit, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential candidate, said “President Bush is driven by a fanatic ideology and that is why he is not prepared to listen to anyone on Iraq.” She continued,

  • Imam Ali Siddiqui

    By Susan Schwartz, Muslim Media News Service (MMNS) One of the most active, dedicated and effective Muslims in California is Imam Ali Siddiqui of Corona. Imam Siddiqui, who has immersed himself in the “liberation philosophy” of Islam, will be a familiar name to those who know interfaith work, the struggle for economic justice and the

  • New Laws against Electronic Media in Pakistan

    By Mahvish Akhtar, Muslim Media News Service (MMNS) Monday June 4th, 2007—The President of Pakistan, General Pervez Musharraf, imposed restrictions on the electronic media of Pakistan. The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Amendment (PEMBRA) Ordinance (2007), issued just two days before the commencement of a National Assembly session, empowers the PEMRA, which is controlled by

  • Let Torture Into Court

    Courtesy Jonathan Hafetz, Legal Times Should federal courts hear claims alleging torture by U.S. officials? They should indeed. Denying a federal forum for torture claims does not merely undermine the United States’ commitment to a universally condemned practice. It also weakens the institutional role of the courts as a check on executive power and tarnishes

  • A Point of Interest

    By Bob Wood, Muslim Media News Service As the first full week of June ends, we notice sudden concern in the markets about interest rates. Short- and long-term rates are rising, due partly to rate hikes by foreign central banks. Those bankers seem more worried about inflation than our domestic central bankers. Someone has to

  • SE Michigan (V9-I25)

    Girls-Only Beach Campout Arranged by IIK Dearborn–June 10–Happy girls from IIK’s girls’ program just returned from an isolated sandy idyllic beach in Western Michigan this past weekend. For many of the girls, this was their very first experience of sleeping outside of their parents’ own homes. Explained Hajja Khalida Beydoun, Public Relations Director of the

  • Community News (V9-I25)

    Muslim join Interfaith effort to fight hunger TOLEDO, OH–Muslims have joined an interfaith effort to fight hunger in northwest Ohio. A program titled “The Face of Hunger Will Surprise You” was recently held to raise awareness as well as funds and donations for the cause in Toledo. A local Muslim group raised $1,700 to buy

  • Pakistan & USA

    Yes, an extension of Al-Qaeda has come down from Islamabad’s mountains. The upcoming three to four months are crucial for Pakistan’s long-term future. “A change in governmental form is necessary!” Democratic elections are needed, but that probably will not happen any time soon.

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