Gen Z Muslims in the US have never known a world without the 'War on Terror'. But most young Muslims today are rejecting the corner they had been painted into.
America’s prestige has been irreparably tarnished, its credentials diminished, and is now in global retreat as hungry powers rise to challenge it. It only has itself to blame.
Hindu and Sikh-origin Afghans fear persecution under the Taliban rule, whose previous version was not a reassuring example. But some of them also don’t want to go to India, a land under a Hindu nationalist government.
Islam was thrust into the Western public imagination nearly fifty years ago starting with the OPEC oil embargo, and Islamophobia has grown since in three distinct phases.
Northwest and central Nigeria have for years struggled with violence between mainly Muslim nomadic herders and Christian farmers over control of resources, water and land.
Since April, dozens of female soldiers have become part of the security services that monitor pilgrims in Mecca and Medina.
Just 60,000 people, all citizens or residents of Saudi Arabia, have been selected to take part in this year's Hajj, with foreign pilgrims again barred due to the restrictions over coronavirus pandemic.
In recent years, the Modi government has repeatedly used the UAPA against rights activists, students and journalists critical of the state. Now, some are challenging the law's constitutionality.
A study by Turkish experts revealed poor political participation of Muslims in the UK, France and Germany as a proportion of the population.
Muslim women in India were traumatised after finding their names and photographs up for auction on a mobile app.
A falling birth rate amidst a pandemic leaves policymakers worried about the country’s future economic well being.
Bare-bones support for combatting anti-Muslim acts are not lost on those on the receiving end of hate crimes. With the right political will, however, it’s not too late to reverse current trends.
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