With several minority groups living in harmony, the Islamic nation is a melting pot of people and cultures.
Sunni majority Syria was carved out of Ottoman Turkey in 1945, but since 1970, the Assad clan from an Alawite minority has ruled over it.
Azerbaijan's Heydar mosque is the largest mosque in Azerbaijan and in the entire Caucasus.
Iraqi demonstrators are being killed in the streets for demanding an end to a corrupt status quo propped installed by the US and propped up by Iran.
Iraqi officials said that twelve civilians have been killed and five wounded in an explosion on a bus at the main checkpoint for the northern entrance to Karbala.
The accident occurred at a major shrine where Shia pilgrims were marking the holy day of Ashura. Officials say another 100 people are injured.
Abdullah Yusuf Ali wrote perhaps the most famous translation of the Quran but he also supported the British against the Ottomans and died a lonely man.
Since the US quit the nuclear deal with Iran, there has never been a better time for the two to sit down and talk.
Security agencies ordered to arrest anyone who claims membership in Islamic Movement of Nigeria led by Sheikh Ibrahim el Zakzaky, detained since 2015 following a clash his followers had with troops.
How the city's persecuted minority survives the trauma caused by extremist militant groups who target them for practising their faith.
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