Six perspectives on how the 1967 Arab-Israeli conflict changed Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Mormonism
As some Americans worry about alleged undue influence from Russia, many Orthodox Christians are anxious about the inverse.
The famous fortress is about pageantry, and specifically the pageantry of the underdog.
With Marine Le Pen headed to the second round of elections, a top imam says he understands why some voters fear Muslims.
Some politicians are calling for more “transparent” services for Muslims.
Why religious leaders say yes and political leaders say no
The scholar says his new TV show is just what minorities need. Critics say the opposite. What if both are right?
Quebec is flirting with French-style secularism—and courting its risks.
Some undocumented immigrants say they wouldn’t feel safe at a mosque given the uptick in anti-Muslim violence.