Comparisons between Begum's Islamic garb and her new wardrobe suggest that Muslim women's "liberation" depends on westernisation.
Complaints against BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour over an interview about female leadership in Islam have revealed how complex the issue is
Pupils who aren't exposed to different perspectives won't be equipped to participate in and contribute to a democratic society.
The idea that western values are 'Judeo-Christian' has been co-opted by the radical right to advance their anti-Islamic agenda.
The return of Masyumi appears to mark just another manifestation of the notorious fragmentation of Islamic politics in Indonesia
The outrage over the teen film 'Cuties' diverts attention from the social structures that enforce conflicting expectations on young women.
New research looking at the attitudes of non-Muslim Australians supports the theory that contact between people of different backgrounds reduces prejudice.
The language gap in international education is also a wealth gap that leaves too many students with limited options.
A whole life sentence has never been imposed in New Zealand but it seems likely the prosecution will call for one for the Christchurch gunman.
Indonesian textbooks represent gender equality better than their South Asian counterparts, but our analysis shows portrayals of women are still biased.
Indonesia, which has the world's largest Muslim population, is expected to face no political impacts from US-Iran conflict due to Indonesia's minimal involvement in the region.
India's updated citizenship act violates its constitution by allowing discrimination on religious grounds.
A list of 5 great reads for young critical thinkers and the adults in their lives — in time for holiday gift-giving.
Slated for operations in 2020, Indonesia's new international Islamic university aims to become a 'middle ground' Islamic institution through leveraging Indonesia's unique culture of moderate Islam.
If we acquiesce to the ban of the niqab, what makes the banning of other types of women's clothing any different?
In the face of growing anti-Muslim sentiment, young Muslim Australians believe the power of contact and exchange can transform prejudice.
India's Modi government has used populist rhetoric to scare the public and turn Kashmiri Muslims into symbols of terrorist violence. The news media in India seems to be following along.
Aladdin draws on hundreds of years of anti-Muslim sentiment in western culture.
For Muslims, Ashura marks the martyrdom of the Prophet Muhammed's grandson Hussain.
As Kashmir faces new challenges, our forms of allyship must also evolve. Perhaps we can learn some lessons from its kitchens.