History Today highlights the often futile and the failed attempts by Hitler’s Nazi state to turn Muslims into allies during World War II.
A judge in Iran has started sentencing criminals to buy and read books instead of handing down prison terms.
George Tyrikos is repaying a 70-year old family debt.
The Nigerian military said it rescued 101 children, 67 women and 10 men from Boko Haram, and destroyed several camps.
British survivors recount Tunisian heroism amidst attack.
Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws could soon be modified to combat increasing misuse.
The Supreme Court has ruled 8-1 in favor of a young Muslim woman who was denied a job at Abercrombie & Fitch because she wore a headscarf.
Lutz Bachmann, former head of PEGIDA discovered that she was a racist Islamophobe.
It was once a simple dream that breathed life into the hope-starved spirits of so many.
On the prolific Muslim leader, author, scholar, and poet Nana Asma’u.
Yasir Qadhi goes into depth on the reasons why ISIS emerged, the Iraq War and what part US policy has played in creating the conditions that gave birth to the group.
“We are waking up people’s consciences.”
Glenn Greenwald discusses the impact of Western governments attempts to curtail free speech.