Ahmad Mansour is waging battles against the radicalization of young Muslim immigrants, and hatred of Israel, in his adoptive country of Germany
Arab community violence made headlines in recent weeks as Israeli Arabs have taken to the streets over what they claim has been police inaction
A Million People Are Jailed at China's Gulags. I Managed to Escape. Here's What Really Goes on Inside
Rape, torture and human experiments. Sayragul Sauytbay offers firsthand testimony from a Xinjiang 'reeducation' camp
In Germany, the Nazi-founded extreme right is still taboo for government coalition-building. In Austria, heading to the polls on Sunday, it’s now routine
The world no longer cares about the Palestinian plight, and hatred for Arabs has become the new consensus
Panicked rush took place during symbolic run on famous mosque
The holiday, associated with the schism between Shi'ite and Sunni Islam, comes amid a series of recent attacks in Iraq, some of which have been attributed to Israel
Intellectuals are tackling the subject of the Arab world’s alleged ‘backward culture,’ while Israeli Jews’ contribution to the debate hasn't been very helpful
Ahmed Rilwan, a journalist for the Maldives Independent who wrote about corruption and Islamist militancy, was abducted in 2014
Anchorman bashed for comparing Trump's influence on white supremacist attacks to that of Palestinian leaders on violence against Israelis
Work on water storage tank was halted, but is about to restart after residents rejected plan to move the graves
While ordinary Muslims will go into deep debt for Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice, some – like the Saudi government and Chinese manufacturers – enjoy a windfall
Norwegian media reports that the suspect was inspired by mass shootings in New Zealand and in El Paso, Texas, which targeted immigrants
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the decision to revoke Kashmir's special status would free the territory of 'terrorism and separatism,' accusing archrival Pakistan of fomenting unrest
Online movement urging believers to opt out of annual pilgrimage slammed by Saudi officials as 'unwise' and 'malicious'
'Hajj is not a place for political conflicts or to raise sectarian slogans that divide Muslims,' imam says amid tensions between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shi'ite Iran
Dutch newspaper publishes guide on how to confront a person wearing face covering, suggesting citizen's arrest
British journalist has been criticized on the far-right for allegedly embracing Israel, while on the left some say she did so to whitewash her own anti-Semitism
Built soon after the advent of Islam, the mosque in the Negev town of Rahat indicates how fast the new religion swept through the countryside
Changing attitudes have found support in leadership, but a faltering nuclear deal means religious hard-liners have become more influential
Saudi Arabia Among 37 States Backing China's Xinjiang Policy - Which U.S. Calls 'Concentration Camps'
The United States accused China in May of putting well more than a million minority Muslims in 'concentration camps'
An explosive device detonated on Friday evening when the mosque in the center of the country was full; eight of the 20 wounded were children
Massoud Hayoun delved into the life of his Egyptian-born grandfather and ended up settling accounts with colonialism, Trump – and Israel
The first genocide in Europe since the Holocaust targeted white Europeans. But white supremacists deny it even happened
Saudi Arabia announced the sighting of the crescent moon, marking the start of Eid al-Fitr, but some disagree ■ Worshipers in Israel and the Palestinian territories are celebrating on Wednesday
The video began circulating again on social media May 26 after rock musician Ted Nugent shared it on Facebook
Nathan/Mohammed probably knows more about Islam than any other Jew alive. He’s a champion proselytizer who’s still engaged with his Jewish background, but says: 'I don’t feel I belong anywhere in the world now'
Israel's ambassador to Germany says he avoids the far-right AfD party and the museum owning the painting used by the party condemned the campaign, but think tank celebrates it
'Four or five years ago we also never imagined celebrating and breaking fast with the first hijabi woman and the first Palestinian woman to serve in Congress,' said Ocasio-Cortez at the event
Sawsan Chebli doesn't stay silent, and it has gotten her far