The excavation of a Byzantine-era Jerusalem tunnel hit a block: the remains of an Umayyad palace; only by creating a large opening in its wall can tour groups pass through
Beijing has faced international criticism for setting up facilities that UN experts describe as detention centers for more than one million Muslims
Gunman live-streamed the attacks on social media for 17 minutes using an app designed for extreme sports enthusiasts
With his family in the Linwood mosque, Abdul Aziz scared Christchurch gunman off in a mouse-and-cat chase that led to his capture. 'I realized this is something else'
Australian white supremacist Brenton Tarrant charged with murder of 49 worshipers, as prime minister vows: 'Our gun laws will change'
The accused gunman's manifesto praised Trump as 'a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.' The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment
Shooter is against mass immigration and claims to have had contact with sympathizers of Norway's Breivik, who posted his 1,500-page manifesto online before carrying out his deadly attacks
Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat denounces 'use of religion for political ends' as Hamas declares 'terrorism knows no religion'
Witnesses describe 'blood everywhere,' while prime minister decries 'unprecedented act of violence' in city of Christchurch
WATCH Fox's Judge Jeanine Asks if Omar's Hijab Shows Loyalty to Sharia Law, Not the U.S. Constitution
Fox News commentator Jeanine Pirro said, 'Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States Constitution?'
Government in Amman adds seven members to Waqf council in order to combat changes to the Mount ■ Five Palestinians arrested in clashes with police over reopening of site
Turkish foreign minister calls incarceration of more than one million ethnic Uighur people in 'forced indoctrination' camps a 'great shame for humanity'
The revolution’s success still nourishes the dreams of Sunni movements as well, but ‘Shi’ite flexibility’ went by the wayside, and many Iranians feel their country is imprisoned in an Arab and Muslim circle of hostility
Interior Ministry says Ibrahim al-Masri, who is appealing for his job back, 'was dismissed in accordance with all the rules'
In recent years, Yashar Soltani has routinely published reports on corruption in Iranian public agencies. Authorities in recent months have also detained several other journalists and activists on security-related charges
Brazil is by far the world’s largest exporter of halal meat. Bolsonaro’s plans to move Brazil’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has upset Egypt and could stir trouble with other Islamic nations
The new allegations come after reports in 2017 of more than 100 gay men arrested and subjected to torture, and some of them killed, in the predominantly Muslim region
Tlaib was sworn in with a Koran book that used to belong to Thomas Jefferson, the third President and one of America’s founders
Flemish Region passed the measure in July despite adamant objections by faith community leaders
First Palestinian-American congresswoman will take her oath on the Founding Father's copy of Islam's holiest book, which dates back to 1734 and has a complicated history
Erdogan has good reason to invest in Indian Muslims: their support would boost his bid for leadership of the Muslim world. And as India's Hindu nationalist footprint strengthens, its Muslims may seek a powerful defender abroad
With his hijab ban, Sebastian Kurz is adopting the far right's anti-Muslim agenda, just with a liberal façade. Will he get the cover he seeks from the Jewish community? Will Israel whitewash the foundational anti-Semitism of his coalition partners?
For Muslim women like me, who escaped countries where Islam defined, demeaned and suffocated our lives, to live in America, it was jolting hearing the greeting in a place we associate with freedom
Israeli supermodel was lambasted on social media for her Hoodies ad in which she rips off a niqab to symbolize freedom
Trump tweeted, without citing any evidence, that 'criminals and unknown Middle Easterners' are amid an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 Central Americans fleeing violence and poverty in their homelands
Lucy Aharish’s marriage to Tzachi Halevy, which drew the seed purists from their hideouts, revealed where Israel stands compared to the Arab region when it comes to matters of relationships between men and women
'Comparing Jews to termites is anti-Semitic, wrong and dangerous,' Clinton tweeted Wednesday, quoting the Nation of Islam leader
Mohamed Tatai, a senior Muslim cleric from Tolouse and a leader of an interfaith dialogue group, allegedly cited a text predicting the demise of Israel and saying Judgement Day won't come until Muslims kill Jews
The rise of right-wing parties and the radicalization of European public opinion toward Muslim migrants will soon encourage steps that might temporarily slow their arrival on Europe’s doorstep
Opinion Monotheism Is Seen as Judaism's Gift to the World. But Has It Really Brought Peace and Harmony?
Monotheism is widely considered more moral and rational than polytheism. But a controversy in Germany is raising the question whether the belief in one God actually leads to fanaticism and violence