The hijab is not a sign of control.
Undertaking a Muslim education – coming to understand the faith's teachings and its ideas about humanity – can have enormous value for anyone who wishes to tackle social conflicts.
Unexpected calls to prayer from mosques in Turkey caught many off guard on the night of the attempted coup. An ethnomusicologist explains the political and social power of sound.
Interviews reveal the thoughts and feelings of UK Muslims on homosexuality.
Because Muslim Americans are an extreme 'outgroup,' they're all the more vulnerable to discrimination, especially in the wake of negative media coverage.
Who are American Muslims? And what is their history?
The working-class son of a bus driver has been elected to one of the most important roles in UK politics.
Dallas Rogers speaks with Rhonda Itaoui about her research into Islamophobia and navigating the city as a Muslim in the wake of public fear over terror attacks and a lack of understanding about Islam.
GOP primary voters view Trump as a strong leader. Will general election voters see things the same way?
Nevada gave Trump his third victory and a widening lead over his GOP rivals. It's not his conservative values winning votes.
What makes Islamic State different to traditional Islam isn't necessarily the religious texts the group uses.
The president gave an encouraging and inclusive speech to American Muslims, but he may have picked up the cause too late.
As a Muslim woman, why I think the prime minister's plan to teach Muslim women English is oppressive.
Segregation is a major concern for many British people - but there's not as much evidence for it as you might think.
British Muslims have mixed emotions about the motives behind moves to inspect madrasas.
Obama addressed the nation from the Oval Office Sunday night, attempting to steady fears after a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.
The story of German migration to South Australia can highlight the experience of diverse communities, and what can happen to them in a time of serious conflict.
Research indicates that only 46% of students believe Muslims are accepted on campus. But the same research points to ways to change how Muslims are perceived by Americans generally.
Many Western policies that aim to prevent terrorism may actually be causing it.
Islamic State terrorism and propaganda are designed to provoke often predictable responses. We naturally respond with displays of outrage and solidarity, but we should beware the trap of division.