The story of one imprisoned prophet illustrates the difficulties of getting a “baby religion” off the ground.
A single verse, possibly misinterpreted, lies at the heart of a contentious election in the largest Muslim nation.
Geert Wilders's brand of hostility to Islam has deep roots in Dutch society.
The high price of a phone call
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As a candidate, he criticized alliances while vowing a military buildup. What does that mean for half the world?
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