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Biden is not an anti-Islamophobia candidate. Just take a look at Obama's legacy.
Members of a Danish far-right group burned a copy of the Quran in Sweden, only days after a similar incident in the southern city of Malmo.
Weekly demonstrations call for Netanyahu's resignation, insisting a PM on trial for alleged corruption must step down.
Croke Park, a historic venue in Dublin, opened its doors to hundreds of Muslims this Eid al-Adha.
The sweeping curbs this year will not be the first time the Muslim ritual has been partially or fully halted.
About 1.8 billion Muslims celebrate Eid amid a pandemic that has so far infected more than 16 million people.
The 'NO BAN Act' has broad support among Democratic legislators but is unlikely to advance in the Republican Senate.
Saudi Arabia's 84-year-old ruler, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, has been admitted to hospital in the capital Riyadh, suffering from inflammation of the gall bladder.
Air raids by Saudi-led coalition hit residential homes in northern al-Hazm district, killing women and children.
Israel has occupied the West Bank for decades. But now Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants to take even more control through annexation
Bosnia marks the 25th anniversary of a genocide committed by Serb forces in Srebrenica where thousands perished.
President Erdogan declares iconic cultural site reopen to Muslim worship after a court ruling.
Israel is plans to annex parts of that territory – to officially make it part of Israel.
Amid rising Islamophobia, Muslim students show greater tendencies towards interfaith goodwill, a recent survey suggests.
In street protests, statements, sermons and webinars, US Muslims have rallied against racism and discussed reforms.
Historians and archaeologists are showing just how integral Islam is to the country's identity.
Legislation calls for sanctions against those responsible for repression of Uighurs, other Muslims in Xinjiang province.
Largest contingent of worshippers will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.
Calls grow for the prosecution of four Minneapolis police officers over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man.
Muslims globally find online alternatives to celebrate Eid amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sri Lanka's decision to make cremations mandatory for COVID-19 victims is an act of institutionalised Islamophobia.