American reporter Noor Tagouri splits Islamic opinion over stigma-breaking photo shoot and interview.
A lazy and dangerous lecture by the likely next president of Yeshiva University
Family of slain Christian author blame government for attack: 'They kept telling us that Jordan is isolated, a place of peace. But now we see, Jordan is not isolated, and we should be active in countering [Salafist] ideology.'
While Europeans are talking about the downfall of skimpy swimwear, in wake of the summer furor over the burkini, fashion figures in Israel say the bikini is here to stay.
The year that 'Satanic Verses' came out marked the end of my childhood innocence. That year, my religion teacher taught us that girls who showed skin would burn in hell, that the mujahideen were heroes and that infidels were doomed to die.
Boy charged with attempted assault and aggravated harassment as a hate crime, after attacking a series of women, one of which a Muslim in traditional garb.
The irony of refugees fleeing to safe haven in Germany is not lost on Germany’s Jews. But as the refugee crisis continues, it has become a point of conflict within the Jewish community.
The Director of Jerusalem's Museum of Islamic Art Never Met a Jew Until He Was 21 - and Then He Married One
Nadim Sheiban, who describes himself as a man rid of ethnic or religious identity, explains why he shut down an exhibition of Islamic weapons and why he is not afraid of Israel's culture minister.
Last year, in one of the deadliest disasters to befall the annual Muslim rite in decades, the crush killed nearly 800 pilgrims, according to Riyadh, although counts by countries of repatriated bodies showed over 2,000 people may have died.
The final days of hajj coincide with Eid al-Adha, or the festival of sacrifice, celebrated by Muslims around the world to commemorate Ibrahim's test of faith.