Articles by Washington Post
The Afghan government and the Taliban have begun historic peace talks aimed at ending decades of war.
A hundred years ago, French, British and Italian officials convened in a famous porcelain factory southwest of Paris to carve up the Ottoman Empire.
With mosques shuttered, community gatherings banned and the holy sites of Mecca and Medina closed, the world’s almost 2 billion Muslims are celebrating Ramadan in isolation for the first time.
Doctors and nurses in Gaza face challenges more daunting than most due to the Israeli-led siege imposed on the overcrowded coastal territory more than a decade ago.
U.S.-backed Kurdish forces said the prison was brought under control after militants seized parts of the facility.
Thousands of Muslims may not be able to visit holy sites in Saudi Arabia because of coronavirus.
A Muslim Arab-American of Lebanese descent, Saleh grew up in Dearborn, where Football is king, just like any other city or town in Michigan.
Scholars, journalists and prize committees are rewriting the history of the horrors that I and so many others lived through.
A series of attacks in Afghanistan have killed hundreds of people in the past week.
Inmates faced endless brainwashing and humiliation and forced to study communist propaganda for hours every day.
‘You don’t deserve American food!’ A man was arrested after he threatened a group of International students from Egypt.
Maxi dresses, cardigans and hijabs: Essentials in Macy’s new fashion line aimed at Muslim women.
Syria’s military accused Israel of launching missiles targeting its outposts near Damascus.
Six days of demonstrations — which have left at least 20 people dead — showed no signs of easing as the anger from the streets found new targets.
An AP investigation has found sexual abuse is a pervasive and longstanding problem at madrassas in Pakistan.