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By PBS NewsHour
In Kennesaw, Ga., the city council recently rejected, then approved a bid to house a mosque at a shopping mall. The vote has ignited a fierce debate in the community over how residents feel about Muslims and their First Amendment…
By Andrew Troast
Al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri released a video Thursday, proclaiming the establishment of a new branch of the terrorist organization in India.
By Noreen Nasir
Hisham Aidi's new book, "Rebel Music: Race, Empire and the New Muslim Youth Culture," explores the cross-cultural trends in political activism and movements throughout history, and how it's all brought together with music.
In our news wrap Thursday, the Philippine government signed a peace agreement with the country’s largest Muslim rebel group to end decades of conflict. The deal creates an autonomous Muslim region in the south. Also, the International Monetary Fund will…
By Ellen Rolfes
An Afghan atheist, who has been living in the United Kingdom since 2007, has been granted asylum in Great Britain this week. Had he returned to Afghanistan, the former Muslim feared persecution, even a possible death sentence under sharia law,…
French troops start disarming rebels in the Central African Republic…
Twelve more civilians were killed in Central African Republic, a nation that fell into chaos last spring. The United Nations will soon vote on sending forces into the country, where 600 French soldiers have already been dispatched. Alex Thomson of…
Tracking Religious Persecution Around the World…
Pakistani Christians Targeted by Recent Violence, Blasphemy Law…
The Long-Term Significance of the Muslim Brotherhood…
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