Palestine is not an isolated issue, but part of a broader colonial process affecting the livelihood of indigenous peoples all over the world.
A heartfelt Malay-language music video illustrates the unity of the ummah and support for the civilians of Gaza.
This week we look at Habib Ali al-Jifri, a scholar from Yemen’s city of light, whose inclusive stance and support for women have won him fans the world over.
The distinct English accent of the militant has forced Britain once again to confront the question of how it became an exporter of jihadist fighters.
Extremists have long distributed media, but recently platforms like Twitter have given them a newfound ability to intimidate opponents and recruit members.
Israeli warplanes pounded Gaza as furious mourners buried the wife and child of Hamas’s top military commander, baying for revenge after nine days of calm.
Ranting about the faults of our husbands, wives and children on social media disrespects the sanctity of marriage.
British imams take a stand against an armed organisation claiming to speak on behalf of all Sunni Muslims.
If you don’t have much time in the city of love, be mesmerised by all things Parisienne the touristy way.
Sufi Comics draw on Islamic teachings to reach out to a visual generation.
The Saudi prince who fell victim to a spectacular armed raid in Paris, losing €250,000 in the process, is the youngest son of the former King Fahd.
The boy, now 17, was carried off with his younger sister when the devastating 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami slammed into Indonesia’s westernmost Aceh province.