Inside the World's Only Islamic School for Transgender Students
We meet three people who've found acceptance and education at Indonesia's Waria al-Fatah boarding school.
Nicole Di Ilio
China Claims Uighurs Were Forced Into Islam
In an effort to fight international criticism, the government claims that history is being distorted and that Uighurs were not originally Muslims by choice.
Why Muslim Fashion is Taking Over the Luxury World
The commitment to modest dressing is a lucrative space designers are tapping into. By 2023, Muslim fashion is forecasted to reach $361 billion a year.
Why Are Some Muslim Countries Standing in Solidarity With China?
Political power and economic motivations are compelling reasons for Muslim nations to continue their support, despite China's persecution of Uighurs.
Three Artists Tell Us What It’s Like To Be Queer, Muslim and Pakistani
Aziz Sohail, Abdullah Qureshi and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr are working together to give more visibility to the voices from the LGBTQ community of their country.
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The Aftermath of the Sri Lanka Attacks Continues for South Asia’s Young Minorities
There's fear and then there's hope for those living on the fringes.
Here’s What You Need to Know About Indonesia’s Massive Elections
Looks like the President Joko Widodo is set for another five years in charge.
Election Season Is Boom Time for Indonesia's Exorcists
Legislative candidates spend a fortune on their campaigns. When the majority of them lose the race, their savings and their sanity, exorcists step in.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
Australian Muslims Describe How Christchurch Has Changed Their Lives
"People have been looking at me longer than usual, and I wonder: are they looking at me because they feel sorry for me? Or are they looking at me because they agree with what that man did?"
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100 Ways to Better Support Muslim Women
Don’t ask us why we wear the hijab; don’t ask us why we don’t wear the hijab.
Brunei’s New Anti-LGBTQ Law Endorses Stoning and Whipping
The law is set to take effect next week.
New Zealand Muslims Say Islamophobia Was a Problem Long Before the Christchurch Massacre
Still, survivor Aymen Jaballah couldn't believe real gunshots were ringing out around him - until he saw bullet wounds.