Islam

Resplendent mosque architecture from around the world

Arts and influences of the time are infused in every detail of a mosque's Islamic architecture.

Resplendent mosque architecture from around the world

Islamophobia

Netherland: No trial for 'shocking' PEGIDA

'The words and the actions they used were shocking but did not contain any insult or discrimination.'

Netherland: No trial for 'shocking' PEGIDA

Islam

Brussels ends Saudi concession for its Great Mosque

Belgium leased its biggest mosque to Riyadh in return for cheaper oil.

Brussels ends Saudi concession for its Great Mosque

Islamophobia

UK: 'Culture of fear' styming Muslim integration

Muslim Council of Britain reframes discussion on integration with new report on Islam and British society.

'Integration for us is integration for everyone,' UK Muslims say

Islam

Tariq Ramadan: The professor of European Islam

France has held the scholar in solitary confinement since his arrest on February 5 over accusations of sexual assault.

Tariq Ramadan: The professor of European Islam

Bangladesh

Why was science fiction writer Zafar Iqbal attacked?

The stabbing has brought back memories of a series of fatal attacks against secular bloggers that occurred in 2015.

Bangladesh: Why was science fiction writer Zafar Iqbal attacked?

Islam

$1.2m fund to pay Denmark's veil fines

Algerian businessman vows to pay Danish face veil fines.

$1.2m fund to pay Denmark's veil fines

Islam

Islam in Russia

By 2020, Muslims are expected to account for one-fifth of the population.

Islam in Russia

REWIND

Islam in America

A decade ago, we travelled across the US to explore the roots and influence of Islam in pre-Trump America.

Islam

French Muslims urge Macron not to interfere in Islam

Macron said he is considering a profound reorganisation of the way in which Islam is funded and its preachers schooled.

French Muslims urge Macron not to interfere in Islam

Saudi Arabia

Saudi scholar: Women need not wear abaya robes

Women should not be obliged to cover up in public with long garments, senior religious figure says.

Saudi scholar: Women need not wear abaya robes

Reporter's Notebook

Blasphemy and the verdict over student's lynching

Grieving family of lynched student says they are determined to keep fighting for justice.

Pakistan: Blasphemy and the Mashal Khan verdict

Pyeongchang 2018

No prayer rooms at Olympics after anti-Muslim threats

Korea Tourism Organization confirms threats of protests at the Winter Olympics forced it to back down on its plans.

No prayer room for visitors at 2018 Winter Olympics

Pakistan

Pakistan: 31 convicted over student lynching

The lynching of a university student in Mardan, Pakistan, has prompted an examination of blasphemy cases and alleged police tolerance of vigilantism.

Europe

The Hague: Mosque vandalized

No group has claimed responsibility for act of vandalism in port city The Hague.

The Hague: Mosque vandalized