The Gallipoli campaign has, in recent years, increasingly become part of the culture wars in Turkey associated with the rise of political Islam.
Despite a wave of hope sparked by the Arab Spring, women have found themselves marginalised once again by regimes with little interest in rights and equality
The election was a referendum on the future of Indonesia’s ethno-religious diversity and pluralism.
Conversion can be an exhilarating experience, but can come with a significant social toll.
Around the world, Muslims and non-Muslims celebrate Sufi saints and gather together for worship in their shrines, offering an example of pluralism. But groups such as IS oppose this.
While there are pockets of antipathy towards Muslims, an overwhelming majority of Australians don’t share it.
Sufis have remained defiant after a suicide bombing at a shrine in Pakistan.
Faith, religious institutions and spirituality are all part and parcel of American life. But they are often misunderstood. Our new section casts light on these topics from scholars across the U.S.
We must know people as they would like to be known, not as some dominant power has decided we shall know them.
A physician describes the warm welcome he received from Sudanese Muslims just this month when he visited Sudan. His experience comes in part, he writes, from their faith.
The veil has long been a form of resistance.
The teaching of Islam is often limited to its religious practice. How Christians, Jews and Muslims borrowed freely from each other in the realm of art, music, and literature is seldom discussed.
State-registered religions will now have to have 50,000 followers with permanent residency, making Islam unlikely to be approved.
We are a secular nation, yet we acknowledge god in our Constitution. When it comes to religion, Australians tend to be pluralist and (relatively) tolerant.
Reality television is never going to properly portray the true experiences of Muslims in Britain.
The deadly attack on Holey bakery in July 2016 and a recent spate of crimes against minorities show that Bangladesh's commitment to secularism and pluralism are at stake.
To avoid misguided use of sacred texts, religious believers should understand the context in which the texts appeared the first time.
About one-quarter of the world's countries, both in developing and developed economies, have anti-blasphemy laws. Their implementation is always controversial and highly politicised.
The 2016 Scanlon Foundation survey provides grounds for caution in applying overseas comparisons to shifts in Australian public opinion.
The presidential turkey pardoning draws on a language of forgiveness, common to many religious traditions.