13-44

Astrology

Astrology explained, for kids

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Bernard Hopkins Loss Overturned!

Five days after the fight, the World Boxing Council (WBC) made a ruling on last Saturday night’s fight between Bernard Hopkins and Chad Dawson that came to a premature conclusion at the end of the second round as Hopkins suffered a damaged right shoulder after being lifted and sent to the canvas by Dawson.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Qureshi and Bopanna Win Stockholm Open

India’s Rohan Bopanna and Pakistan’s Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi won the Stockholm Open men’s doubles tennis title with a convincing 6-1, 6-3 victory over Brazilians Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares here on Sunday.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Al Dah to Fight in US Next

United Arab Emirates welterweight boxer Eisa Al Dah, also known as The Arabian Warrior, is scheduled to fight his tenth bout against as yet unconfirmed opposition on December 16 in Tampa, Florida

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Community News (V13-I44)

Rehan Khan Northeastern VP / Harvard Muslim students dissatisfied with halal options / Dr. Raza Dilawari remembered

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

A Musical Evening

Faiz M. Khan, the chief host and producer of Voice of Pakistan, hosted a musical evening this past Sunday at the Taza Banquet Hall in Rochester Hills.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Reggie Reg Davis’ Statement About Proposed Detroit Charter on November 8th Election

The following is an open letter from Reggie Reg Davis, who was elected to the Detroit Charter Commission. Davis is a famous radio personality and convert to Islam, concerning the newly proposed Detroit Charter, to be voted on and potentially ratified in the November 8th election.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

America Must Manage Decline

If America were able openly to acknowledge that its global power is in decline, it would be much easier to have a rational debate about what to do about it. Denial is not a strategy.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Muslim Founds Wonderful Education Tool

Suhail Khan has founded MyEducationKey, a comprehensive education website available for free.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Tunisia’s Ennahda May Back Open Economy

Tunisian Islamists who won a historic election victory this week are expected to promote business-friendly economic policies but Europe’s economic woes could favour Gulf investors in the short term, analysts say.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Next Elections: Tsunami of Change

A visit to villages in Punjab and Khyber Paktoonkhwa (KPK) shows that the season of election has started.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Tariq Mehanna’s Prosecution a Larger Community Issue

Karin Friedemann argues in favor of Tariq Mehanna.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Top Five Reasons to Review your Estate Plan

A very common question asked by many is, “I have an Estate Plan, but how often do I need to make changes to it, or review it?”

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

A Thirst for Blood

There is a fine line that separates man from mere beast.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

People Power: Occupy Wall Street Movement

… the Occupy Wall Street movement – in the midst of its fourth week – continues to escalate, protesting against corporate greed, government inefficiency and income inequality…

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

The Bellwether of Nations

Yesterday (October 23rd) two important events came about over two bordering Islamic North African States.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Islamist Party Wins Tunisia Elections

Tunisia’s main Islamist party is on its way to power after the first truly free and fair elections in the country’s history.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Ingrid Mattson Appointed as Chair of Islamic Studies

LONDON, ON–Huron University College, at the University of Western Ontario, announced the appointment of Dr. Ingrid Mattson as the inaugural London and Windsor Community Chair in Islamic Studies at its Faculty of Theology.

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Turkey Rescue Efforts Hurt by Lack of Equipment

Turkey Rescue Efforts Hurt by Lack of Equipment

[Read more...]

October 27, 2011

Next Page »