National news

‘Million Muslim March’ Scheduled for Sept. 11 Reorients to Seek 9/11 ‘Truth’

By Steven Nelson   Thousands of people gathered on the National Mall for the ‘Million Man March’ in Washington D.C., Oct. 16, 1995. A march called for by a Muslim advocacy group aims to repeat its success on Sept. 11, 2013. The American Muslim Political Action Committee is hosting what it hopes will be a […]

[Read more...]

August 13, 2013

Mehanna Appeal Hearing Draws Large Crowd

By Karin Friedemann, TMO The courtroom was packed and the spillover room was filled, with over fifty supporters observing Dr. Tarek Mehanna’s appeal hearing in Federal court in Boston on July 30, 2013, where Attorney Sabin Willett asked a panel of three judges to throw out Mehanna’s conviction that resulted in a sentence of 17 […]

[Read more...]

August 13, 2013

U.S. Extends Embassy Closings, Lawmakers Say Threat Serious

By Tabassum Zakaria WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States extended embassy closures by a week in the Middle East and Africa as a precaution on Sunday after an al Qaeda threat that U.S. lawmakers said was the most serious in years. The State Department said 19 U.S. embassies and consulates would be closed through Saturday […]

[Read more...]

August 13, 2013

The Betrayal of Helen Thomas

But in Helen’s final years, there was little celebration of her career and her courage, as former friends, coworkers and many in Washington jumped on the bandwagon resolutely condemning her for comments made in a hit piece that took brief comments out of context…

[Read more...]

August 1, 2013

Ayesha Ibrahim Speaks

Ayesha Ibrahim, a graduating nursing major , was selected to address the 200 graduates from Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies

[Read more...]

August 1, 2013

Helen Thomas Dead: Pioneering White House Reporter Dies At 92

Helen Thomas, the trailblazing reporter and columnist who was known as the “Dean of the White House Press Corps,” has died at 92.

[Read more...]

July 25, 2013

Take Action! Tell the President NOT to Nominate Raymond Kelly!

Take Action! Tell the President NOT to Nominate Raymond Kelly!

[Read more...]

July 25, 2013

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Faces Accusers

There was “pin-drop silence” in the courtroom as the surviving Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took the stand during his first pre-trial hearing

[Read more...]

July 18, 2013

What Happened This Year?

The Moon Sighting Controversy By Adil James, TMO This year we learned that the death of the moon sighting controversy had been proclaimed too early.  For several years those who insist on physical sighting and those who use the calculations of the Fiqh Council of North America had begun and ended Ramadan largely simultaneously.  This […]

[Read more...]

July 18, 2013

Hospital Investors Agree With US Health Reform

Shares of U.S. hospital operators have been on a tear this year, on average posting triple the gains of the broader stock market, as investors tallied up the benefits of President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform.

[Read more...]

June 20, 2013

American Muslims Discovering Politics (OC Register)

The meeting, said Al-Dabbagh, was visible proof that California’s Muslim community, a political sleeping giant, is beginning to awaken.

[Read more...]

June 13, 2013

529 College Savings Plans Explained

Section 529 plans have become a popular way to save and invest for your child’s college education.

[Read more...]

June 6, 2013

Stealth Torture: America’s New, Discreet Method

The crude behavior towards the detainees in the Abu Ghraib prisons in Iraq, at the hands of the American army, created a vast international outcry…

[Read more...]

June 6, 2013

Nadeem Khan Honored with Teaching Award

Dr. Nadeem Khan, Davis & Elkins College professor of economics and finance, was honored during the college’s annual Academic Awards and Recognition Convocation ceremony with the 2013 Lois Latham Award for Teaching Excellence. The award is presented annually to an outstanding D&E educator who is characterized by a distinguished intellectual career; enthusiasm for scholarship and […]

[Read more...]

June 4, 2013

Xbox One: Captain Kirk’s Google TV, with Extras

Another look at Microsoft’s Xbox One announcement from May 21st 2013

[Read more...]

May 23, 2013

Sami Ahmed is a finalist in National Merit program

Cibola High School senior Sami Ahmed, 17, is a finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program, the Yuma Sun reported. After being named a semifinalist in September, it was recently announced that Ahmed will be awarded $2,500 for his achievement and that he was one of 800 African-American high school seniors to receive the honor […]

[Read more...]

May 23, 2013

Malcolm X’s Grandson Gone at 28

By Karin Friedemann, TMO 28 year old Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson and only male descendant of Malcolm X, who reportedly embraced Shia Islam recently and was becoming known as a political activist engaged with and serving to unite many different causes and communities, was murdered in Mexico on May 9, 2013. “As the son of […]

[Read more...]

May 16, 2013

Senator Dianne Feinstein Responds to Question from TMO Reporter Geoffrey Cook

Dear  Dr. Cook : Thank you for contacting me to express your concerns regarding the potential for U.S. military action against Iran.  I appreciate the time you took to write, and I welcome the opportunity to address your concerns. I strongly believe that Iran should not be allowed to possess nuclear weapons.  As such, I […]

[Read more...]

May 16, 2013

Moon Khan Open Letter

Thank you for your generous and thoughtful contributions, gifts and everything you did for my campaign of hope.

[Read more...]

May 16, 2013

« Previous PageNext Page »