Will it work?
A Toronto van killing attributed to misogynist motives was shocking, but not entirely out of keeping with the country’s past.
Moral philosophers around the world confess they’re at a loss.
And the tech sector is flirting back.
U.S. forces invaded the country 15 years ago this week—and left behind a booming trade in looted artifacts.
Can you curb religious fundamentalism by “eliminating fake and extremist texts”?
White supremacists are coopting Norse heathen symbols. Should the heathens ignore them? Protest them? Create a new theology?
An archeological discovery has raised questions about Muslims’ influence on Europe.
“This is the problem with women’s rights in Saudi Arabia—it’s always used by the political system as a negotiation card.”
What was it like inside the brain of an ancient prophet?
Iraqis of Armenian, Arab, Assyrian, and Jewish descent recall what the shrine symbolized on the third anniversary of its destruction.
Famed mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, who died Friday, was memorialized without the headscarf.
An archeologist on cultural preservation in the shadow of ISIS
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.