Yemeni American running for Hamtramck City CouncilHAMTRAMCK—Saad Almasmari, a 28-year-old Yemeni American, is running for a seat on the City Council.
- Should Orville Hubbard's statue be removed?
- Proposed smoking ban at Dearborn parks stirs controversy
- Residents ignore Arizona pastor’s visit to "save" Muslims in Dearborn
- Muslim woman competes in Runner’s World magazine cover contest
- Arab women prepare meals for Detroit’s needy everyday this Ramadan
- Attorney wants hospital to be accountable for doctor's criminal behavior
- Lawsuit filed against Dearborn Police for forcing woman to remove hijab
Ramadan an opportunity to unite and celebrateRamadan arrives this year at a critical time for Arabs and Muslims, both around the world and in the United States. Muslims are suffering from divisions and violence in the Middle East, while Muslim Americans are facing a frightening wave of hatred and bigotry.
- The Western left and its sterile ‘field of ideas’
- The South’s Nazi flag
ISIS suicide bomber kills 27 in Kuwait mosqueA suicide bomber killed 27 people when he blew himself up inside a packed Shi'a Muslim mosque in Kuwait city during Friday prayers, the health ministry and witnesses said, the first attack of its kind in the major oil-exporting state.
- ISIS reenters Kobani, captures parts of Hasaka
- Saudi cables highlight "checkbook diplomacy"
President Obama's approval rating climbs to about 50 percentWASHINGTON - After a historic week of victories on health care and same-sex marriage, along with a searing tragedy, President Barack Obama’s approval rating has climbed to 50 percent.
- U.S. charges fifth man in alleged N.Y.-N.J. Islamic State plot
- U.S. court rules NSA can temporarily resume bulk phone data collection
Mom who stored dead children in freezer has “no remorse”DETROIT—This week Mitchelle Blair, 36, plead guilty to killing her two children and storing their bodies in a freezer.
- Three men charged with manufacturing and distributing fake 5-hour energy drinks
- Dearborn Heights resident charged with neighbor’s murder
Iran envoy declines nuclear transparency measuresVIENNA — On Thursday Iran's envoy to the U.N. nuclear agency declined to commit to nuclear transparency measures that were part of a preliminary deal Tehran and world powers reached in April, deflecting U.S. demands to implement such provisions.
- Vatican recognizes state of Palestine
- U.N. invites Syrian parties to peace talks in Geneva
The ‘evil eye’ and the power of Turkish coffee readings in the Muslim communityDETROIT — Belief in the “evil eye” and Turkish coffee fortunetelling readings are popular in Muslim communities; however Muslims are not supposed to engage in such superstitious beliefs and practices, according to religious leaders.
- Comedian Nemr: Laughter brings people together
- Michigan film incentive positively impacts Arab actors and minority filmmakers
- Renowned controversial Lebanese poet Said Akl dies at 102
- Arab Museum hosts ‘1001 laughs Dearborn comedy festival’
- Iconic Lebanese star Sabah dies at age 87
- Story about fear and destruction: Palestinian artist captures Gaza pain in clay
- Iraqi American wins first place in national body-building competition
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan stresses snow shoveling safetyDETROIT — This past weekend, Michigan experienced its third largest snowfall since 1880, forcing residents to head outdoors to clear driveways and walkways.
- Government approves Medicare coverage for lung cancer screening
- Steps to prepare for severe winter