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US-Muslim rapist cleric Mohammad Abdullah Saleem

SPECIAL REPORT: U.S. community leaders perturbed, take on ‘Rapist’ Indian-origin Muslim cleric Mohammed Abdullah Saleem

By Tausif Malik Last few days have been tough on the Muslim community with instances of shootings of three Muslim students at White Chapel, in which the injured American Muslim child succumbed to his injuries; and the arson-styled burning of Houston based Quba Institute. But the Muslim community in Illinois …

Boko Haram Cartoon-Mary Mihelic

Christian artist highlights plight of Nigerian girls kidnapping by Boko Haram through her artworks

[The Indian Muslim Observer is pleased to publish the artwork sent recently by U.S.-based artist Mary Mihelic highlighting the horrendous plight of 53 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamic renegades Boko Haram, who are out to bismirch the fair name of Islam and portray the religion as anti-women and violence prone. …

Neglected Grave of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad in Jama Masjid area (Photo by Danish Ahmad Khan)

AICWETE to commemorate Maulana Abul Kalam Azad’s birth anniversary, celebrate National Education Day

[It is good that We, Muslims, try to remember stalwarts like Maulana Abul Kalam Azad for his pioneering role in country’s freedom struggle and his services as first Education Minister of independent India. It is equally laudable that the AICWETE has resolved to commemorate Maulana Azad’s birth annversary and celebrate …

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Australia: Non-Muslim women wearing ‘solidarity head coverings’ is not helping anyone

By Zeynab Gamieldien Non-Muslim women across the country are donning the hijab to show solidarity with Muslim women and condemn religious persecution. Muslim women are a hot topic. They are spoken for and about constantly in mainstream media but are rarely permitted to speak for themselves, despite this being the …