After government crackdowns in Bahrain crushed the Arab spring uprising, divisions between Shia and Sunni Muslims have widened. Margaret Warner reports from Bahrain on the feelings of unease in the wealthy Persian Gulf nation.
At least 13 car bombs and roadside blasts exploded in Shiite neighborhoods across Baghdad, killing 76 people.
As part of the PBS series "God in America," Ray Suarez looks at what Americans know and don't know about religion and each other.
Jeffrey Brown moderates a conversation among four religious leaders and experts on the tolerance -- or intolerance -- of different religions and cultures in America, nine years after the Sept. 11 attacks.
In other news Wednesday, Pastor Terry Jones says he will continue with plans to burn Qurans on the anniversary on 9/11 despite opposition from around the world. In Afghanistan, hundreds flocked to the Kabul Bank to withdraw savings after two…
With several new polls illustrating a divide over American attitudes toward Islam, PBS stations sampled opinions across the U.S.
The debate over whether a mosque should be built near Ground Zero continues to stir passions. President Obama said he had "no regrets" for weighing in on the controversy Wednesday. Jeffrey Brown gets perspectives from columnists Eugene Robinson and Ross…
Margaret Warner has the story of five Americans awaiting trial in Pakistan on terrorism charges. The Muslim men from Virginia, arrested in January, have denied involvement with al-Qaida.
In other news, a passenger allegedly tried to blow up a Delta Air Lines flight today as it landed in Detroit, police in Pakistan said they plan to charge five American Muslims with violating anti-terror laws, and a Christmas Eve…
In other news, the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a 13-month high after G-20 nations pledged to continue stimulus efforts, and Iraq set a date for national elections.
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