The three women I spoke to are hoping that Minder and Salaam Swipe will make meeting eligible Muslim men a little less impossible.
Tanayah Sam was about to be convicted for armed robbery before skipping bail and heading to Yemen to study Islam—a decision that saved his life.
Brooklyn Muslims were arrested last month under suspicion of wanting to join the Islamic State. But what, exactly, did they do to end up behind bars?
Twenty nine year-old Sydney Artist Abdul Abdullah can trace his family's history in Australia back the days of convicts, but he says he's being increasingly treated as a threat by his fellow countrymen.
But they were massively outnumbered by anti-fascist demonstrators.
In a recent study, 93 percent of Malaysian Muslim women admitted to being circumcised. We took a look at what's driving this painful boom.
Minneapolis's large Somali community has seen plenty of local youth recruited by extremists over the years, but some say the problem is inequality, not a lack of counseling or outreach.
For a lot of American Muslims, conversations with their kids about the perils of interacting with police or security officers came up in the wake of 9/11—and have resurfaced after the murders in Chapel Hill.
It features the religious icon having sex with a variety of people and animals—but its creator claims it's not intended to be an attack on anyone's faith.
Earlier this month, a street performer known as "Sorcerer" was beheaded by militants. Why are these extremists so angry at sleight-of-hand artists?
Last year, New Zealand's terror alert was upgraded from very low, all the way up to low. We spoke to an security expert from Massey University about what that means.
It seems that the socioeconomic factors of religious groups may be much more important to acceptance of sexuality than religion itself.
One day after the Charlie Hebdo attack, Bushido posted a rather insensitive selfie on his social media. VICE Germany asked him what he was thinking.
The better the world gets, the less it needs religion—and in the Western world, at least, religion is going out with a whimper, not a bang.
Dr. Taj Hargey is waging his own private jihad by attempting to turn Muslim teaching away from the stodgy conservatism of most clerics.
The girls lived out a teenaged fantasy onstage, but now the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department wants them to turn themselves in for an "indecent act."
The Netherlands is the latest European country to launch a hotline aimed at talking Muslims in immigrant communities out of becoming jihadists, but it's not clear how effective these programs are.
What's imperative is to demonstrate that those who believe it was an act of "true" Islam are wrong.
The satirical magazine probably couldn't have existed in Ireland, where blasphemy is technically illegal.
I caught up with him after the Charlie Hebdo attacks to see if he was worried about being targeted by al Qaeda.
We asked our European offices to reach out to local Muslim community leaders and get their opinions on last week's events. Unsurprisingly, many were completely against murdering cartoonists.
From old-school neo-Nazi skinheads to Jewish defense groups to ex-communists, it's an odd, sometimes paradoxical, always horrifying mix.
The assault on French cartoonists gave Republicans an opening to once again cast the war on terror as an imminent, existential, and even religious battle for American freedoms.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.