Readers write in about Eskom, and the openness of a mosque.
I left a mosque feeling hopeful after talking about gay rights. But then came the Twitterati backlash, writes Rebecca Davis.
From halaal travel sites to haute fashion, Islam’s commercial offshoots are racking up big sales.
From brain surgeons to comedians and sporting heroes, the United States would be a poorer place if Donald Trump had his way.
Islamic State terrorists applaud when ignorant, bigoted Westerners turn their anger on Muslims.
The Tories’ social conservativism appeals to many – despite the party’s hardline views on the niqab.
An HRW report finds Russian authorities treat adherents of Salafism, a form of Sunni Islam, as criminal suspects despite the absence of any grounds.
As Ramadan starts on Thursday, Muslims in St Petersburg and elsewhere in northern Russia face an obstacle that the prophet surely didn’t envision.
I was raised in Durban as a Hindu and educated as an atheist but, in just a few minutes, my identity was completely different.
Ending economic and political alienation can bring enlightenment to disaffected Muslims.
A Fox News 'expert' is the butt of all jokes for saying the city is a no-go zone for non-Muslims.
Egypt has banned an annual festival, which attracted hundreds of Jewish pilgrims, in honour of a Moroccan rabbi renowned for performing miracles.
Police have opened an arson inquiry into a fire that broke out shortly after midnight at SA's first women, Christian and gay-friendly mosque.
A right-wing Hindu group in India has said that Muslims and Christians are not to join the festival of Navratri, claiming it is for "Hindus only".
For we gender activists the Open Mosque is not quite so new. For over 20 years we've waged a gender jihad to gain inclusive access to mosques.
Muslim groups in South Africa have said a caliphate cannot be built on mass murders and human rights abuses.
More than a thousand SA Muslims have signed a petition rejecting the actions of militant groups such as Isis, Boko Haram, al-Shabab and al-Qaeda.
Muslim women today have social networking, matrimonial sites, samoosa runs and matchmakers to help find the right husband. But it's still not easy.