A two-day conference held at Wheaton College in Illinois focused on how evangelical Christian students can improve their relationships with their Muslim counterparts.
Shahin Indorewala, 26 says the company's CEO made fun of her hijab and told her, "Religion? I don't wanna deal with that here."
Plans have been unveiled for the Abrahamic Family House, a sprawling interfaith complex in the United Arab Emirates' capital city. "There has never been a building that has the three faiths in one form," said architect David Adjaye.
The proposed statutes are "disastrous not only for women and religious and gender minorities, but for all Indonesians," said Human Rights Watch.
This decision risks creating two Watchlists for two classes of people—Muslims in the U.S. and Muslims everywhere else.
During the Day of Ashura, Shiite Muslims engage in acts of self-flagellation, cutting, chest-beating and face-slapping.
"I have always believed we should look at polygamy more subjectively," says Khawla Al Ali, a woman running for the legislature in the United Arab Emirates.
By focusing on politics and war, rather than culture, education and religion, newspapers "may make it harder for readers to see Muslims as part of mainstream American society," say researchers at Middlebury College.
Critics ridiculed Ivanka Trump's holiday greeting to Muslims on Eid al-Adha as hypocritical. "Nobody tell Nepotism Barbie here how her father tried to ban all Muslims from entering the United States."
"Now they have a chance to come out and hang out under one roof," says Rashid Sulehri, new owner of the Beach Bakery and Grand Cafe in Westhampton Beach.
"New demons just keep coming," said reality-show imam PU Syed Bakri, who also attacked K-Pop boyband Nu'est.
After a group of Muslim women defied a ban on the modest swimsuits, a secular group in Grenoble is calling on members to show up to the pool naked.
While 86 percent of Democrats and 73 percent of independents said they'd support a candidate who adheres to Islam, less than 40 percent of Republicans would, according to a new poll.
An armed man ran into a mosque in London and fired a blank round before Ramadan worshipers chased him out. Police said they did not consider the incident terrorism-related.
An editorial argued that China did not "have to be swayed by the whining" of the international community.
A Sunday "Fox & Friends" segment dubbed "Religion Under Attack" tied Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar's use of so-called anti-Semitic stereotypes to a rise in anti-Jewish attacks in the U.S.
Authorities are investigating whether a letter posted claiming responsibility for the arson may have been written by the suspect
"After the war with Islamic State people were looking for the right path, and distancing themselves from Islam," said Omar Firas, the founder of the church.
Donald Trump Jr. blasted Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar as an "anti-Semite" in response to a comment she made about the Muslim Democrat made about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
"This gentleman that I just was reading the email about has legal status in the United States. Now, he's not a U.S. citizen, but he had legal status being here," the U.S. ambassador said.
Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins ridiculed reports the predominately Muslim nation of Brunei plans to make homosexuality punishable by death, provoking his critics to once again accuse him of anti-Islamic "bigotry."
ISIS is fighting for its life in a small, collapsing pocket of eastern Syria and it warned Muslims that the mosques massacre in Christchurch would only be the beginning.
"We would like to remind people that it is an offense to distribute or possess an objectionable publication," New Zealand police warned in a statement.
While Muslims have been the main target of China's crackdown and "Sinification" policies, Christian groups have also faced oppressive policies.
"My brothers and family and the Saudi embassy will be waiting for me in Kuwait," 18-year-old Rahaf al-Qunun warned. "They will kill me."
While claiming the incomplete border fortifications would form America's "last line of defense" against radical Islamists, the South Carolina senator offered no evidence that Islamic extremists had ever used the southern border to infiltrate the U.S.