Eating high-nutrient foods and planning our meals are just a couple of ways you can look after your health this month.
Practicing Islam was banned in Spain after the Catholic conquest but recent discoveries prove that Muslims continued eating traditions in secret.
The roots of Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar go back to colonial days. Those behind the military coup are seeking to harness it to legitimize the seizure of power.
Muslim women say the practice of wearing masks has given them more confidence to wear face coverings in public.
India's most populous state has brought in a law to police interreligious marriages, known as the 'love jihad' law. Here is what that means.
The protests, which have lasted for weeks, have become embroiled with deep anxieties in France about decolonisation, policing, the limits to secularism and the place of Muslims in French society.
Despite the government agreeing in principle to the royal commission's recommendations, nothing is set in stone — including findings of fact.
The 800-page report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terror attacks ultimately asks New Zealanders to look to themselves to prevent such an atrocity happening again.
Why is the call to prayer in Islam sounded out loudly? How do you balance freedom of religion and imposing on the rights of others? Pasha answers these questions.
Religion has often been a key motivation for philanthropy and economic fairness. Africans in the diaspora champion this.
Societies and cultures that seem ossified and entrenched can be completely upended by pandemics, which create openings for conquest, innovation and social change.
Millions of Muslims travel to Karbala in Iraq for one of the largest annual pilgrimages. The pilgrimage has adapted and changed over its centuries-old history.
In a New Zealand legal first, mass-murderer and terrorist Brenton Tarrant is jailed for life with no chance of parole.
Recent history shows politicians should think twice before using refugees and asylum seekers for electoral gain.
Muslims throughout the world will celebrate the holiday of Eid al-Adha, or Festival of Sacrifice, beginning at sundown on July 30, but the coronavirus has changed many things.
The law is on the judge's side when it comes to fears the Christchurch killer will use his sentencing hearing to grandstand.
The public broadcast in Canada of the call to prayer during Ramadan this year caused some tensions. What the preliminary research has shown however, is that it wasn't the noise people objected to.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, India's Narendra Modi government has been successful in scapegoating, discriminating against and marginalizing minorities, putting lives at greater risk.
Social distancing has made giving to the poor – an obligation under Islam – harder this Ramadan. Meanwhile Muslim nonprofits are feeling the strain of the economic downturn.
Islam is not a monolith and not all Muslims are experiencing lockdown in the same way.