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by Zaid Aleem As the U.S. prepares to reach a horrific new milestone—half a million Covid—19 fatalities—officials say the nation
by Quaid Saifee I’ve had enough of someone else’s propaganda. I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for
by Victor Ghalib Begg Black History Month this year began in the wake of a historical swearing-in of a Black female
by Aysha Qamar The COVID-19 pandemic has coincided with an increase in racism and crimes against the Asian community. Because
The following is a press release from The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) welcomes
by Mark Sumner  This story has been republished from Daily Kos Millions of homes in Texas are still without power
by Zaid Aleem In the wake of the raging debate about whether the administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
by Nida A. Imam Update as of March 17: Although a grand jury could still decide to charge Dr. Gokal,
by Zaid Aleem In his second impeachment hearing Saturday, the U.S. Senate convicted former President Donald Trump, voting that Trump
By Nida A. Imam The Specialized Criminal Court of Saudia Arabic has reduced a Saudi man's sentence from life to
by Aysha Qamar Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial is probably not the only concern he currently has. Twitter, Trump’s social
It is a pleasure to announce the second IMPMS essay contest for young writers. One of the objectives of IMPMS
by TMO Staff More than 10 Muslim Americans have been selected for positions in the new U.S. administration. Aisha Shah-
by Zaid Aleem As of this report, the novel coronavirus has killed at least 463,437 people and infected about 27 million
By Rehan Qamar In another first for Muslim Americans nationwide, the Harvard Law Review, a prestigious law school journal,  has
By Yousuf Ali Early in 2020, Atheist YouTuber Alex O’Connor debated Christian Philosopher Dr. Keith Ward on the motion “Morality
by Rasha Al Aqeedi Reposted from the Center for Global Policy The recent suicide bombings in Baghdad have created a
by Aysha Qamar Shortly after Joe Biden was sworn into office as president of the United States, U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider
By Nida A. Imam Although it has been more than 10 days since the former president left the White House,
By Nida Ashraf Imam The military of Myanmar (also known as Burma) announced on Monday that it has taken control
by Aysha Qamar In a weird turn of events, Enrique Tarrio, a chairman for the extremist organization Proud Boys, who organized a
by Zaid Aleem During a hearing on Thursday, the chief judge of the Washington federal court scorched Capitol riot defendants,
by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Nearly 8,000 people die in the U.S. each day. The rising burial cost has made it
by Lorraine Charles Reposted from the Center for Global Policy Conflict in the Middle East has resulted not only in the
by Dr. Aslam Abdullah Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not wrong when in 2019, in the Howdy Modi rally
By Yousuf Ali For several years, China has faced increased scrutiny regarding its treatment of its Turkic Uyghurs minority in
by Zaid Aleem According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States has administered about 16.5 million
 by M. Muhammad Ahmed Mosques throughout metro Detroit are finding creative ways to adapt to performing the Friday prayers in
Joseph (Joe) Robinette Biden Jr. was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, taking office
by Zaid Aleem Despite a COVID-19 case count upward of 24 million in the United States, along with a steady