Pakistan

The Muslim who saved a Hindu temple from a mob in Pakistan

After India's Babri Mosque was destroyed, a mob in Lahore sought to demolish a temple. Until a local man intervened.

The Muslim who saved a Hindu temple from a mob in Pakistan

Islam

Erdogan opens Europe's first 'eco-mosque' in Cambridge

Turkish government and singer Yusuf Islam among donors who developed mosque that relies on green energy.

Erdogan opens Europe's first 'eco-mosque' in Cambridge

Uighur

Teen's TikTok 'makeup tutorial' condemning China goes viral

Feroza Aziz says the China-owned app has blocked her following the videos condemning the treatment of Chinese Muslims.

AJ IMPACT

Egyptian woman fights Islamic inheritance laws

Case involving Coptic Christian woman comes as calls for equal inheritance rights reverberate across the Arab world.

Egyptian woman fights Islamic inheritance laws

Reporter's Notebook

Shooting Jerusalem: Life in a segregated city

Filmmaker reflects on the making of his documentary and his bid to find out what it means to live in and identify with the city of Jerusalem.

Sri Lanka bombings

In Sri Lanka, presidential election deepens religious divisions

Attacks targeting Muslims, widespread arrests following Easter bombings, and a divisive campaign deepen community fears.

In Sri Lanka, presidential election deepens religious divisions

India

Ayodhya verdict: Indian top court gives disputed site to Hindus

Court orders formation of a trust that will construct temple for Lord Ram while Muslims will be given alternative land.

Ayodhya verdict: Indian top court gives disputed site to Hindus

UpFront

Polish MP: 'For me, multiculturalism is not a value'

We ask Polish politician Dominik Tarczynski about his government's controversial policies towards Muslims and migrants.

UpFront

France, secularism and hijab paranoia

We debate whether the veil is being demonised in France with Rim-Sarah Alouane and Benjamin Haddad.

Special series

Tell the World: The Silent Plight of China's Uighurs

How mass detention camps and heavy surveillance in Xinjiang are affecting Uighurs not just in China but also abroad.

Islam

Is the US unfairly spying on its Muslim citizens?

Newly released documentary 'The Feeling of Being Watched' looks at government surveillance of Muslim Americans.

Is the US unfairly spying on its Muslim citizens?

Malaysia

Malaysia arrests 16 for suspected ISIL links, plotting attacks

A dozen Indonesians, three Malaysians and an Indian woman also accused of trying to recruit members and collect funds.

Malaysia arrests 16 for suspected ISIL links, plotting attacks

Al Jazeera World

Arabs Abroad: The Businesswoman and the Councillor

Meet a successful Iraqi pharmacist in the Netherlands and a Palestinian who is Milan's first Muslim female councillor.

Thailand

Thai PM defends police monitoring of Muslim students

Database on Muslims needed to combat 'ill-intended people' in Thailand's universities, says leader.

Thai PM defends police monitoring of Muslim students

Opinion

Who is a 'Muslim American?'

I am a Muslim. I am also a US citizen. Am I a 'Muslim American?'

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi