As many as 1 million Chinese Muslims are believed to have been detained in the camps.
Jihadists are urging their followers to engage in "cyber jihad" for the holy month of Ramadan.
“The Prophet said, the people will remain upon goodness as long as they hasten to break their fast.”
Ramadan is observed a day earlier in some parts of the world due to a moon-sighting methodology that leads countries to announce the start of the holy month on differing days.
One of the victims died and the other two are currently in critical condition.
A recent viral video, showing a young man with a kippa on his head, by a suspect of Syrian origin has enflamed a debate about anti-Semitism in Germany.
More than 20 anti-Muslim groups remain active on Facebook.
An Arabic-language newspaper in Morocco published a family tree that claimed to trace the Queen’s lineage.
Stories about what happens after we die are often contradictory, but there are some major similarities.
Witnesses said that the couple kissed each other before throwing themselves in front of an oncoming train.
France has been a secular country since it passed a law separating the church and the state in 1905.
Adnan Oktar parades women in designer bondage across the stage while simultaneously supporting a president who advocates for Muslim women to wear modest clothing.
He once held an official position within the Protestant church.
He received 36 lashes.
Neil Erikson publishes videos of himself ranting about his belief that radical Islam is destroying society.
Since the 1920s, Muslims in Greece were forced to go to spiritual leaders for family disputes.
Australia’s only openly gay imam says LGTBI Muslims need a safe space to live and worship.
Germany's new social media law doesn't tolerate hate speech.
Syria and Israel technically remain at war after years of animosity between the neighboring states, which both claim the Golan Heights.
Debates on piety and modesty have become more frequent in Turkey as the country's leadership promotes religion as part of public life.