A Group of Muslim Women Cook Meals For Exhausted Australian Firefighters

As bushfires raged around them, the ladies of the Australian Islamic Centre felt compelled to help out their community.

Lebanon: Anti-Government Protests Turn Violent In Beirut

Police use tear gas, water cannon to disperse protesters in Beirut who tried to reach Parliament square.

Battered But Resilient After China’s Crackdown

An ancient Muslim town, Yarkand is a cultural cradle for the Uighurs, who have experienced mass detentions.

Rouhani: Iran Enriching More Uranium Than Before 2015 Deal

Iranian president says Tehran working to 'prevent war' and dialogue with world remains 'possible'.

A Secret Look Inside A Chinese Labor Program For Uighurs

China is relocating Uighurs and other Muslim minorities to urban areas as part of a contentious labor program.

First Woman Muslim Chaplain Commissioned In The Us Military

The U.S. Air Force commissioned its first Muslim woman chaplain candidate last month, marking the first time the U.S. military will have a female chaplain of the Islamic faith.

Grief And Fear In Sacramento Over A Death That Set The World On Edge

The Sacramento region is home to thousands of Muslim immigrants. The death of one of them in Iraq was the spark that brought the United States and Iran to the edge of war.

Syria’s War: More Than 20 Killed In Air Raids On Rebel-Held Idlib

Syrian government-led bombing of last opposition stronghold comes despite Russia-Turkey brokered truce.

Seven Things You Should Know About Donald Trump And Iran

The Intercept's Mehdi Hasan says there's seven things you should know about Donald Trump and Iran.

Son Of Noted Muslim Preacher Shot In South Africa

Yousuf Deedat in critical condition after being shot by an unknown assailant.

The Autobiography Of Omar Ibn Said

How The Autobiography Of A Muslim Slave Is Challenging An American Narrative

‘Muslim’ Is Not An Insult

President Donald Trump circulated a fake image on Monday depicting congressional Democrats’ top-ranked leaders in traditional Muslim attire in front of the Iranian flag, drawing criticism that he was promoting Islamophobic tropes.

Muslims Were Banned From the Americas as Early as the 16th Century

Long before today’s anxiety about terror attacks, Spain and England feared that enslaved Africans would be more susceptible to revolt if they were Muslim.

How White Nationalists Are Inspired By The Bosnia Genocide

In order to understand the ideology of the emerging far right, it’s important to look at what actually happened in Bosnia.

A Brief History Of Muslims In America

The Secret History of Muslims in the U.S

Royal Derby Hospital: Disposable Sterile Hijabs Introduced

A hospital trust believes it is the first in the UK to introduce disposable sterile headscarves for staff to use in operating theatres.

Is The Us Government Unfairly Spying On Muslim Americans?

Newly released documentary 'The Feeling of Being Watched' looks at government surveillance of Muslim Americans.

‘Blindsided by the beauty’: architects struggle to save Cairo’s historic heart

Alaa al-Habashi was looking for ingredients for a Ramadan feast when he stumbled on an Ottoman-era mansion being used as a slaughterhouse and butcher's...

Saudi scholar ‘held’ after criticising entertainment authority

Group says Sheikh Omar al-Muqbil arrested over video in which he accused GEA of 'erasing' society's 'original identity'. Authorities in Saudi Arabia have arrested...

Our Brothers Who Have Transgressed Against Us

Squabbles, online or offline, does not need to damage the brotherhood and sisterhood, Imam Omar Suleiman reminds us.

Rohingya Crisis Continues 2 Years After Myanmar Atrocities

It was exactly two years ago today, on August 25 2017, that the Myanmar military launched a murderous “clearance operation” in Rakhine State.