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  • Medicinal secrets of the ancient Sufi healers

    Medicinal secrets of the ancient Sufi healers

    By Faisal Masood and Sabiha Ansari Born in Senegal and raised in France, Magatte Wade is currently Founder and CEO of her second company, Tiossan, “the only US brand that is inspired by medicinal secrets of the ancient Sufi healers,” Magatte, who identifies as a Sufi Muslim, proudly states. She has been named Young Global

  • Cheikh Mbodj Fighting for his Place

    By Parvez Fatteh, Founder of http://sportingummah.com, sports@muslimobserver.com University of Cincinnati men’s basketball player Cheikh Mbodj is in his first year with the Bearcats. The 6-10, 245 lb junior spent his first two college years at North Texas Junior College. And he has been a big part of the Cincinnati team thus far. However, this week

  • Chicago Muslim Student Remembered

    Cisse, a Muslim Ph.D. student in chemistry at the University and native of Dakar, Senegal, in Africa, was shot and killed early Monday morning. “He was an extremely gentle person, a very caring person,” said Czerny Brasuell, Director of Multicultural Affairs at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. Cisse worked closely with Brasuell during his four years as a student at Bates College. Cisse graduated from Bates College in 2001 with a B.S. degree in chemistry, physics and mathematics.

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