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Two in five Americans say Islam 'is incompatible with US values'

Research by New America Foundation and American Muslim Institution finds high levels of distrust towards Muslims in US. → Read More

Ali Milani, the young Muslim politician challenging Boris Johnson

Ali Milani, Labour's parliamentary candidate in the former foreign secretary's constituency, shuns personality politics. → Read More

Family fears UAE will deport Uighur to China

Relatives have no knowledge of what has happened to Abudujilili Supi after his arrest in the UAE last week. → Read More

The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall

After being spotted while working as a porter having been shot in war, Gochag Askarov became a celebrated folk singer. → Read More

Does Bollywood have a women problem?

Critics say depictions of women in Indian cinema normalise misogynistic ideas and sexual harassment. → Read More

One year of Trump: The effect on the Middle East

Is Trump's foreign policy on Israel, Iran and the GCC all that different from previous administrations? → Read More

Experts doubt Emirati claim Qatar intercepted aircraft

Analysts say UAE allegations are likely in retaliation of Doha's UN complaint over Emirati infringement of its airspace. → Read More

Why are Indian officials banned from Sikh Gurdwaras?

Canada, US, and UK groups take action after arrest of British Sikh in Punjab and amid 'interference' in their affairs. → Read More

Israel's new death penalty bill 'targets Palestinians'

Proposed changes would allow death penalty to be used against those convicted of 'terrorist activity'. → Read More

Lorde target of 'bullying' after dropping Israel show

Kiwi singer cancelled concert after open letter to her by BDS activists highlighted Israel's treatment of Palestinians. → Read More

Half of UK sees The Sun tabloid as 'negative influence'

As report shows public faith in tabloids plummeting, activists seeks to hit newspapers where it hurts - in the budget. → Read More

The rise and rise of 'halal' business

Islamic industries are expanding globally and governments are taking notice of a sector that could be worth trillions. → Read More

Campaigners accuse India of torturing British Sikh

Jagtar Singh Johal's arrest three weeks ago in the Indian state of Punjab has sparked anger among the Sikh diaspora. → Read More

How big an issue is Islamophobia in Poland?

Analysts say the country has become increasingly hostile to Muslims in the wake of the refugee crisis. → Read More

Lebanon crisis: Iran-Saudi power struggle over Hariri

Tehran and Riyadh proxies struggle to assert control of Lebanese government after Prime Minister Hariri's resignation. → Read More

Bin Salman and the end of Saudi's consensus rule

Analysts and ex-US intelligence operatives warn of regional instability in wake of crown prince's power consolidation. → Read More

What Balfour means to Jewish critics of Israel

Critics of Zionism within Judaism are trying to get fellow Jews to question the basis on which Israel was formed. → Read More

Why Palestine activists want a UK apology over Balfour

Critics of declaration that paved way for creation of Israel say Britain is culpable for ensuing Palestinian suffering. → Read More

Palestinians welcome Corbyn's Balfour celebration snub

Leader of UK Labour party and long-standing critic of Israel, chose not to attend event organised by pro-Israel group. → Read More

FSA rebels: We would have won if not for Iran

Tehran helped keep rebels from government centres of power but its rising influence could undermine Assad's government. → Read More