Pulling Muslim kids out of class and accusing them of sympathizing with the Islamic State is the quickest way to go about othering an entire generation because of their religion.
How the country's secretive hookup culture warped my sexuality and how moving to Canada helped change that.
Every Friday before sundown, South Asian expatriates in Dubai gather in a sandlot behind a fish market to compete in a series of wrestling matches with the aim of pinning an opponent to the ground for two seconds.
The satirical magazine wrote an editorial that puts ordinary Muslims on the same continuum as terrorists simply because they practice their religion.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Caliphate just wants everyone to love each other.
We asked an imam if saying "I divorce you" three times as a way to end a marriage, known as a "triple talaq" in certain sects of Islam, is actually a thing.
Watch the first episode of STATES OF UNDRESS, where host Hailey Gates gets a taste of the vibrant fashion scene in one of the world's most volatile countries.
Contrary to popular opinion, radicalization does not primarily happen in European mosques and Muslim centers but instead in prisons overcrowded with young Muslim men.
Then Motherboard explains the science behind automatonophobia, or the fear of statues, and VICE Sports tells us about Tony Barnette, an American MLB player who got his start in Japan.
Fawzia Mirza, a Chicago-based actress and writer, created the character of Ayesha Trump as a way to explain the reasons behind the candidate's most outrageous and hateful rhetoric.
The Satanic Verses is to Muslim intellectuals what Infinite Jest is to hipsters: It's on everyone's shelves and they all have strong opinions on the author, but most haven't read past the first 30 pages.
Dearborn, Michigan, has been the target of anti-Islamic sentiment since 9/11, but in reality, it is the model of a peaceful community where people of various faiths live alongside one another without conflict.
After the San Bernardino shootings and the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris, I asked some of my friends, who have dabbled in extremism, what the draw is for so many young muslims.
I was among the roughly two million Muslims who made the Hajj to Mecca last year. This is what I saw.
Teachers and nurses are being turned into part-time spies with the bare minimum of "training."
With Islamophobic hate crimes up 70 percent in London according to one recent police stat, Khadijah Safari is helping Muslim women fight back.
We caught up with the outspoken comic, whose new show tackles the British teenage girls who fled to Syria to join ISIS.
Abdul Wahab—better known by his stage name UK Apache—went from UK jungle raves to giving talks to young Muslims at mosques.
Are there that many Muslim fans of The Apprentice?
A report released today found that male converts in the UK are routinely misunderstood by their peers, families, and people within their newly-adopted faith. We spoke to Dalton, a Muslim convert, about his experiences.
UK schools have considered banning face coverings, but teachers we spoke to said very few girls are wearing them in the first place.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has threatened to deport Muslim women who do not learn English despite long-term funding cuts to language courses. We attended an ESOL class to find out more.
Strolling down halls and poised outside doorways, mosque security guards are vigilant human reminders of the fear and danger that come with being Muslim in the US right now.
How many hashtag campaigns for tolerance and condemnations of terrorism will it take before people stop blaming all Muslims for violence perpetrated by a few?