Winning Team for FIFA 2018, France has 7 Muslim Players

by Aysha Qamar The French national team was named world champion after defeating the Croatian team 4-2 in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final in Moscow on Sunday. France won its second

Delectable Chunky Avocado Salad

by Noor H. Salem In the midst of the summer heat, family gatherings and relaxation are probably leaving you reaching for not so healthy choices, such as numerous scoops of ice cr

Making Healthy Choices at Barbeque Socials

by Noor H. Salem With the scorching hot sun these days, it’s time for iced-cold drinks, barbeque socials, and outdoor activities. In the midst of all the excitement, aim to kee

Third Annual MCM and Farmington Police Department Volleyball Match

by Noor H. Salem  It was a sunny afternoon on Friday that quickly turned into rain, but right in time for the Muslim Community Mosque to defeat the Farmington Hills Police Depar

Eid Picnic Gathers Qabeelah Ittihaad Families

by Noor H. Salem With both heavy rain and scorching sunshine within a few hours, the Eid Picnic for Qabeelah Ittihaad definitely engraved many beautiful memories. It’s been mor

Perfect BBQ Dip: Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

by Noor H. Salem In the past, we’ve discussed several key tips for keeping your health in check while still enjoying your family barbeque or picnic. While it’s easy to reac

Resurrecting Why I Wear Hijab and Need to Use the Redress Control Number

By Nadia B. Ahmad In the last week of June of 1998, my Nani Amma died. It was the worst pain I had felt until that moment or since. Nothing compares or prepares for the loss of

Muslim Travel Ban: America under the dark Cloud of Bigotry

by Dr. Aslam Abdullah A divided Supreme court on partisan lines upheld Muslim travel ban by a margin of 5 to 4. No different than the 1944 Supreme Court decision that upheld the i

Seeking God

by Azher Quader “Tujhe aadam nahin miltha Khuda ki justajoo kaisi Thu hai begaana apna, Aashna ki justaju kaisi” Iqbal “You have trouble seeking humans to connec

More than 750 join for Family Eid Picnic in Farmington

by Noor H. Salem  Ramadan gathered many people to the masjid for iftars and nightly prayers, with heavy hearts and high anticipation to maximize worship in the blessed month. Wi

Homemade Marinade for Your Favorite Grilled Chicken

by Noor H. Salem   It’s finally time for summer picnics, camping trips, and family gatherings, usually around the grill. Nothing makes those gatherings more exciting

Resisting Islamophobia Iftar: A Night Of Community

by Justice for Muslims Collective The Justice For Muslims Collective held our second annual community resistance iftar against Islamophobi, June 8. We were joined by over 100 peo

Protesting as a community

by Samana Sheikh Students gathered at the University of Michigan’s downtown Ann Arbor campus protesting the recent Palestine and Israel disputes. The Human Rights Youth Coaliti

Muslims in China Are Living in Concentration Camps

by TMO Staff Islam has existed in China for about 1,400 years and there a significant number of Muslims who live in China today. They are a minority in the country, but continue

Antioxidant Bursting Salad

by Noor H. Salem With a lack of food and drink during the long hours of fasting, you may find yourself feeling more tired than usual. Your lethargy may be due to more than just f

The Legacy of Razan Al-Najjar

by Tania Dawood The tragic death of Razan Al-Najjar, a Palestinian medical volunteer who put her life on the line to treat wounded protestors, has people rightfully upset and hea

Introducing Michigan’s First Annual Suhoor Fest

By: Samana Sheikh Biting into a juicy hotdog topped with chili, onions, cheese and hot cheetoes is something you can now find at a stall at the first annual suhoor fest in Dear

Addressing and Making A Racial Incident Teachable

by Quaid Saifee The first time I heard that an African-American teenager, Brennan Walker, was shot at in my town of Rochester Hills was when I received a CAIR Michigan

Memphis student goes from not knowing English to class valedictorian

by STACY JACOBSON MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Central High School's valedictorian has been accepted into some of the country's most prestigious colleges. Amal Altareb grew up in Yemen

MAC’s Suhoor Tutorial Can Teach More About Poor Marketing Than About Makeup

by Tania Dawood I knew there was a piece of the puzzle missing when I saw MAC’s suhoor makeup tutorial. My friends on social media had already began roasting the video’s conc

Ali Banat Passes Away but His Legacy Lives On

by Ayesha Mushtaq Ali Banat, millionaire and founder of charity project ‘Muslims Around the World’ (MATW), recently passed away after a long fought battle with Stage 4 Adenoid

Refreshing Ramadan Salad

by Noor H. Salem With the scorching hot sun, and the long hours of fasting, nothing is more refreshing to quench your thirst than water and fresh fruit. While you may have the p

Autism universally affects children

by Ali Muslim You may have heard of autism. What you may not have thought of is that it’s not just a non-Muslim issue. According to the Center for Disease Control, autism is e

Detroit Area Muslims Participate in 5K Run to Provide Resources for Youth Safety Against Violence

Mobile (734) 812-4934   by Amna Kamal DETROIT, Mich.- In the spirit of Ramadan, Detroit area Muslims will gather together near the end of a 16-hour fast to participate

Breaking Down the Categories of Zakat recipients in Our Times

by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Sura Tawba in aya 50 explains the categories of recipients of Zakat. "The offerings given for the sake of God are [meant] only for the poor and the nee