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The fall of the Roman empire and the rise of Islam

Whenever modern civilisations contemplate their own mortality, there is one ghost that will invariably rise up from its grave to haunt their imaginings. In February 1776, a few months after the publication of the first volume of The Decline and Fall

Egypt's draft constitution leans towards conservative Islam

Despite its democratic aspirations, this paternalistic document contains worrying signs for women and non-Muslims

Egypt a year on: This is not the Tahrir dream, but there's much to be won

The country is torn between an entrenched security state, politically savvy Islamists and anxious revolutionaries

Muslim Students Allowed To Pray In Maryland High School If Grades Are Good

A Maryland public school has drawn attention for its attempt to accommodate Muslim students' religious needs.

Activist Mona Eltahawy released after arrest in New York subway protest

Egyptian American had been arrested for defacing a controversial anti-Muslim subway poster with spray paint

Timbuktu, Islam's Ancient Seat Of Learning, Loses Priceless Manuscripts

Timbuktu, the fabled desert city where retreating Muslim extremists destroyed ancient manuscripts, was a center of Islamic learning hundreds of years before Columbus landed in the Americas.


Muvandimwe muyislamu mushya ndagushimira kuba Allah yarakuyoboye kandi nawe ufite ukuri ko kwishima rwose kuko wayobotse idini y'ukuri ndetse ukaba uvutse bundi bushya kandi ibyaha byawe byose birahanaguwe kuko ubuyisilamu buhanagura ibyabubanjirije.

Islam's sectarian divide has turned from mistrust to bitter violence

My childhood ignorance of differing Shia and Sunni prayer customs once caused humiliation where today it might risk death

Wearing Like Muslims (Cartoon)

To many, one reflection of religiosity is the way people dress, which is a means to express the religious identity.

Celebrating Ramadan in Mumbai

The month of Ramadan (or Ramzan in Urdu), which ends on 18 August this year, is an excuse for an all-night food festival. Nowhere more so than Mumbai's Mohammed Ali Road, which becomes a 'kilometre-long buffet' after sunset

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