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Terrorism versus Gun Violence

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer If you ask the average American what a threat they feel most to the safety of America, most will respond, terrorism.  Though once the data

Muslim Public  Affairs Council Convention 

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By: Susan Schwartz, contributing writer The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) held its 2016 annual national convention this past Sunday at the Long Beach, Ca. Convention Cent

Joint Letter: From American Muslims to President-Elect Trump

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Dear President-Elect Trump, As American Muslims committed to the values of our faith and the principles that underpin our country’s democracy, we write to express serious conc

Hope Over Fear: POTUS Last Rally Before Election Day

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Editor's note, the following is a two-part story after President Barack Obama's rally in Ann Arbor, Michigan on November 7, prior to Election Day. The first is by Khadega Mohammed,

Timely Arrest of Man Set to Harm Muslims

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Earlier this month the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) announced at a news conference the arrest of Mark Fagin, 40, of Agoura Hills, Ca on charges of making criminal threats t

Cafes Nation Wide Transforming Into ‘Luke’s Diner’ for a Day

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer FERNDALE, MI–Last Wednesday was the 16th anniversary of the premiere of the first episode of “Gilmore Girls”, and fans and creators ce

Zaman International Celebrates Their 7th Annual Run/Walk Picnic

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing writer DEARBORN–Zaman International held their seventh annual Zaman Hope for Humanity Run Walk Picnic last Saturday at Ford Field Park in Dearborn,

Launch of Indian Crescent Society of Australia attended by Dr. Nakadar

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By the Muslim Observer staff SYDNEY, Australia–Muslims of Indian origin came together at a banquet hall in Granville, in honor of Dr. A. S. Nakadar who was invited by the

7 Muslims You will See on Campus This Fall

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By: Marina Ali, contributing writer The new fall semester is upon us. Some of you are just freshmen, learning the ropes of college, or you’re a fourth year getting ready for g