A lurch to the right in central Europe runs into a familiar obstacle: the tricky maths of coalition.
The recent Edmonton attack raises questions about a new type of terrorism and the different methods required to stop it. Labelling such attacks as the work of a "lone wolf" obscures a larger problem.
Sikhs, Hindus and men with beards have reported anti-Muslim hate crime.
In a suburban hair salon, a Muslim woman suddenly feels unwelcome in the country she has loved for 40 years.
The process of decolonising research methodology is an ethical, ontological and political exercise rather than simply one of approach and ways of producing knowledge.
It's been 16 years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Understanding what propelled al-Qaida's attacks could help guard against further violence.
New survey data show that Muslim Americans are the most negatively perceived religious group in the US and are often victims of Islamophobic attacks. How are they responding? By getting organized.
FBI data show that in 2015 anti-Muslim hate crimes spiked to the highest level since 2001. A scholar finds political rhetoric correlates to both sharp increases and decreases in hate crime.
For decades, India's Hindu and Muslim populations have been at odds, and it comes down to more than just religion.
A new report finds that Islamophobia is prevalent in Australia – to ignore it would only entrench the problem more deeply.
Experiences of LGBT asylum seekers in Netherlands flies in the face of the much-vaunted Dutch reputation for tolerance.
Fed by the far-right, Islamophobia continues to make it into the mainstream – where it's eagerly received by some.
The north London mosque has worked hard to recover from the dark days of the 1990s. It didn't deserve to become the victim of extremism.
A man has been arrested after driving a van into worshippers near a mosque in north London.
There is good evidence that Australia's counter-terrorism strategies are working.
And it's not just Muslims who need to start them.
... and that won't make anyone safer in the long run.
The construction of a white Christian identity that is threatened by 'outsiders' has a long and troubling legacy.
Western media continues to sell Muslims as perpetrators of savagery, deprivation and torture. But a new exhibit by French-Algerian artist Kader Attia challenges us to see beyond these depictions.
Conversion can be an exhilarating experience, but can come with a significant social toll.