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by Rehan Qamar In an interview that has quickly made its rounds on social media, a writer for The Atlantic, McKay
By Yousuf Ali India’s prime minister Narendra Modi has long been the subject of serious criticism for his record against
by Aysha Qamar Update: According to Shelby County Jail booking information, the five Memphis police officers fired last week were jailed and
  by M. Basheer Ahmed, M.D. In January 2023, Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, dismissed Erika López Prater, an
By Yousuf Ali The Harvard Kennedy School had offered former Human Rights Watch director Kenneth Roth a fellowship with the
Imam Elahi words of prayer and congratulations during the swearing ceremony of Senator Sylvia Santana, Saturday, Jan 21, 2023 Special
By Yousuf Ali On Thursday, January 19, Jacinda Ardern made two announcements: the New Zealand general election will be on
By Dr. Anis Ansari MercyOne Clinton Medical Center Health Plaza Morbid obesity is one of the most challenging health issues
By Yousuf Ali Egypt has been struggling with its economic condition partially because of the macroeconomic situation but also because
By Mahvish Akhtar The relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan has been strained for years. The people of Afghanistan blamed the
By Mahvish Akhtar The Taliban administration in Afghanistan announced a ban on female aid workers on December 24th, 2022. This
by Mahmoud El-Yousseph Retired USAFR Veteran Prince Harry confessed to killing 25 Afghanis. Those men, women, and children he killed
Reviewed by Yousuf Ali I had the privilege of reading Jonathan Brown’s latest book Islam and Blackness. It is an
By M. Muhammad Ahmed ROYAL OAK, MI — On December 25, the Michigan Muslim Community Council (MMCC) joined other local
By Mahvish Akhtar Followers and members of PPP (Pakistan Peoples Party) will tell you that the Bhutto name will never
by Yousuf Ali On Saturday, December 31, 2022, the former Pope Benedict XVI passed away at 95 years old. His
By Bashir Mohamed Caato Samsam Ahmad's children, eight and 12, were inconsolable. They had just found out that their school in
by TMO Staff Andrew Tate, a controversial digital media influencer, is said to have been jailed in Romania as part of
by Apoorvanand Reposted from The Wire The fact that demands from Sikh bodies to mark 'Veer Bal Diwas' as 'Sahibzade
In Saudi Arabia, the abaya is no longer permitted in exam rooms, and female students must wear school uniforms. In
by Dr. Aslam Abdullah In defiance of God, they describe as their source of legitimacy, and in violation of the
By Yousuf Ali On Sunday, December 18, 2022 Israel deported Palestinian French human rights lawyer Salah Hamouri to France after
By Mirna Alsharif via NBC News A teacher in Florida was fired after allegedly disrupting Muslim students as they prayed and
By Yousuf Ali The Qatar-based news organization Al Jazeera has submitted evidence to the International Criminal Court against Israel for
From Arabian Business: The UAE has introduced a Federal Decree Law on the personal status of all non-Muslim foreigners, says
By Yousuf Ali Last month, there was a blast in Istanbul which killed 6 people in Taksim square and wounded
By Hannah Mesouani This article was first published on Muslim Girl For centuries Spain and Morocco have negotiated their shared
By Evette Jahangiri This article was first published on Muslim Girl  Before the United States’ match with Iran at the
by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Hitler is alive in India in spirit. Its devotees are preparing gas chambers to commit genocide
by Aysha Qamar The Jan. 6 committee interviewed former Secret Service Assistant Director Anthony “Tony” Ornato on Tuesday about Donald Trump’s actions