Ten years ago deadly riots broke out across the Muslim world as word spread of several cartoons published in a Danish newspaper depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Today the former editor and some of the artists still live in fear of…
By PBS NewsHour
Approximately 250 people gathered in front of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix on Friday during evening prayers, carrying signs decrying Islam as well as Sharia law and terrorism.
By News Desk
Islamic State militants claimed responsibility Tuesday for the attack outside a prophet Muhammad cartoon-drawing contest near Dallas.
By Joshua Barajas
Law enforcement officials identified the two gunmen killed by police on Sunday after they opened fire outside a cartoon-drawing contest of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb. One of them was being investigated by the FBI.
By Marina Lopes
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is offering help to French officials to pursue terrorists responsible for what he is calling a "horrific shooting" at a satirical weekly newspaper.
By Larisa Epatko
Sunni armed militants, who have taken control of parts of Syria and northern Iraq, on Sunday declared their territory a new “caliphate” governed by strict sharia law.
In his new memoir, Salman Rushdie recounts, in the third person, his upbringing as a secular muslim trying to understand his religion, as well as living under fatwa, a period when he says he discovered his own resilience. Jeffrey Brown…
By Larisa Epatko
The angry backlash in Pakistan over an American-made Internet video that insulted the Prophet Muhammad had a common theme: the U.S. government was to blame.
French Cartoons, Anti-Islam Film are 'Agitprop Designed to Provoke' Hard-Liners…
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