Opinion

Voting Rights for Formerly Incarcerated Citizens Should Be Reinstated

*The Muslim Observer

By Mika'il Stewart Saadiq The US current possess 25% of all documented imprisoned persons in the world. Nearly all felons in the US will never cast a ballot if allowed to re

The True Colors of Clinton

*The Muslim Observer

By Sameed Khan, contributing reporter In recent months, Muslim communities around the country have heard and engaged in a major debate of choosing between the two major Democrat

Swipe Left or Right: TMO Reviews the Best (And Worst) Muslim Matchmaking Apps

*The Muslim Observer

By Marina Ali The process of matchmaking can be arduous for the modern day single Muslim. Luckily, Muslims have an arsenal of dating applications (apps) that help to navigat

Restaurant review: Ellie’s Desi Kitchen

*The Muslim Observer

By Sameer Sarmast New York – Two feet of snow, catching up with “Making a Murderer” on Netflix and dreaming about beach season; these are the things that I can imagine wen

Carson makes mockery of mental illness, uses bigotry against Muslims

*The Muslim Observer

By Halim Naeem, psychologist and president of Muslim Mental Health Ben Carson has shown his incompetence as an aspiring civil servant yet again. Calling ‘Sharia adherent’ Mu

Breaking the Mental Health Stigma: Atlanta Muslim Researcher Spotlight

*The Muslim Observer

By Amr Omar AtlantaMuslim.com More and more, the Muslim community, along with other faith-based communities, are realizing the importance of mental health. Particularly, m

The legalization of homosexual marriage: #lovedidn’twin

*The Muslim Observer

By Shariq Hafeez TMO Contributing Writer For those of you unfamiliar with the popularized hashtag #LoveWins, allow me to summarize. #LoveWins blazed like a wildfire across

Wheaton faculty recommends college drop actions against professor

*The Muslim Observer

By Emily McFarlan Miller Religion News Service  CHICAGO -- Wheaton College’s faculty council unanimously recommended that the administration drop termination proceedings

Color-coded confessions: background shades of the marriage process

*The Muslim Observer

By Shazia Kamal Alt Muslimah “He is educated, Mashallah …a lawyer, and the age difference is just right. I talked to his mother, too. She was absolutely delightful, sh