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  • China and Pakistan launch energy and infrastructure plan worth $46 billion

    China and Pakistan launch energy and infrastructure plan worth $46 billion

    By Katharine Houreld ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – China and Pakistan launched a plan on Monday for energy and infrastructure projects in Pakistan worth $46 billion, linking their economies and underscoring China’s economic ambitions in Asia and beyond. China’s President Xi Jinping arrived in Pakistan to oversee the signing of agreements aimed at establishing a China-Pakistan Economic

  • Iran nuclear deal for removal of sanctions should boost Iranian economy, yet unknowns remain

    Iran nuclear deal for removal of sanctions should boost Iranian economy, yet unknowns remain

    By Nader Habibi The framework nuclear agreement that was announced earlier this month by Iran and the so-called P5+1 calls for a substantial rollback in the country’s nuclear program in return for a lifting of sanctions. While no specific time table was mentioned, the preliminary agreement calls for the suspension and then lifting of international sanctions once

  • Canadian Muslims face high unemployment

    Canadian Muslims face high unemployment

    By Muneeb Nasir OnIslam Correspondent TORONTO – A new report released earlier this week by the Canadian Dawn Foundation has warned that unemployment is reaching high levels among Canada’s Muslims, threatening integration of the religious community in the North American country. “Unemployment is stubbornly high among Muslims,” said Nabil Harfoush of the Dawn Foundation in

  • Hijab introduces Islam to Indiana students

    OnIslam & Newspapers CAIRO – Fighting misconceptions associated with Muslim headscarf, Muslim students at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, arranged a hijab handout to their colleagues to educate them about criticism and negative image drawn by media over the past decade. “People may have Muslim friends that they are able to ask too, but

  • US Muslim parents face education challenges

    By Carissa D. Lamkahouan OnIslam.net DALLAS – Raising children in the west has turned into a hard challenge facing Muslim parents, where they work against circumstances, many of which work against them in their goal to raise their youngsters not only with a complete understanding of Islam, but with pride in the religion. “When I

  • Standing for #MARCH2JUSTICE

    Standing for #MARCH2JUSTICE

    By Rashida Tlaib Why should American Muslims support #MARCH2JUSTICE from New York to DC? “We MARCH2JUSTICE because we believe that together, we can change the landscape of this nation and prove once and for all that ALL men and women are created equal. And we ALL have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit

  • Rays of Faith seminar coming to Dearborn

    Rays of Faith seminar coming to Dearborn

    By Noor H. Salem Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet (pbuh) said, “Allah said, “I have prepared for My righteous slaves (such excellent things) as no eye has ever seen, nor an ear has ever heard nor a human heart can ever think of.” [Sahih al-Bukahri: Book 97, Hadith 123] This heart-poignant hadith is describing the

  • Tunisia was attacked for its success, not its challenges

    Tunisia was attacked for its success, not its challenges

    By David Mednicoff The Conversation After the tragic Islamic State (ISIS) attack on tourists visiting Tunis’s iconic Bardo museum, one key point needs reassertion: Tunisia has been the Arab world’s major post-2011 success story. It is heartening to see a long-authoritarian Islamic country opening itself up quickly to widespread participation in governance and social inclusion,

  • Ancient ring links Scandinavians to Islam

    OnIslam & Newspapers CAIRO – Unveiling centuries-old close contact between Viking Age Scandinavians and the Islamic civilization, a silver ring engraved with script that reads “for Allah” or “to Allah” has been discovered in Sweden. “The ring may… constitute material evidence for direct interactions between Viking Age Scandinavia and the Islamic world,” researchers from Stockholm

  • Iran and Hizbullah removed from terror list

    Iran and Hizbullah removed from terror list

    By Aatif Ali Bokhari TMO Managing Editor The latest declassified Worldwide Threat Assessment, issued by the office of the US Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, omitted Iran and Hizbullah as terrorist threats to the United States. Iran and Hizbullah may have been left off of the list due to Iran’s growing influence in helping

  • Navigating Death and Rebirth

    Navigating Death and Rebirth

    By Alan Howard My son turns 15 in a week and a half. I am not sure where this tall and lanky, mustachioed, slightly taciturn young man came from. I can still remember when I held him at the hospital and his feet fit in the palm of my hand and his head didn’t quite

  • Dr. Raza named CMO at the Woodland’s Hospital

    HOUSTON,TX – Dr. Syed A. Raza, MD, has been named the new Chief Medical Officer at CHI St. Luke’s Health–The Woodlands Hospital in Woodlands, Texas. For the past eight years, Dr. Raza has served as Associate Chief of Medicine and Chief Hospitalist for the primary hospitalist group at the hospital. He was named the 2013 Physician of

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