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.
The idea of white victimhood played an important part in Donald Trump's rise. The South African brand of white supremacy has made a tangible contribution to this narrative of victimhood.
President Trump gave a speech at the Prayer Breakfast that pledged to be "tougher" in international dealings and protect religious liberty. How does it compare with past Presidents?
A constitutional scholar considers the legal arguments that could undo Trump's executive order barring travel by residents of seven Muslim majority countries.
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.
Islamic writers are having the same conversations today as they were in the early 20th century.
This isn't the first time the US has banned people based on nationality. History shows these exclusions have put our national security at risk and caused rifts with foreign allies.
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.
South Yorkshire Police has recently been criticised for how well it protects people and prevents crime, and it isn't the first time.
From poetry to factual narratives and personal memoirs, these books are worth reading.
Reality television is never going to properly portray the true experiences of Muslims in Britain.
Could the president-elect and his secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson adopt useful policies in the Middle East? A scholar sees some hopeful possibilities.
Muslims everywhere were offended and psychologically shocked by the president-elect’s views. But Syria and Egypt think they can benefit from a Trump presidency.
Boots on the ground, schools on high alert and more hostility toward Muslims and migrants – this is daily life for Parisians.
A Trump presidency may not be all doom and gloom for Muslims. Yes, there is cause for concern but there is reason for optimism too.
How white Republicans and white Democrats feel about Muslims is influencing their candidate choice as well as willingness to vote in the 2016 election.
Two murders in 2016 shine a spotlight on divisions within British Muslim communities.
Survey findings are typically considered in isolation in the media, with no understanding of context, of what is within and what is beyond the expected.