Politicians may have moved on, but the BBC’s Modi docuseries is renewing focus on the Indian PM’s role in the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Ustadha Fatima Barkatulla encourages readers to support Islam21c’s charity partner, One Ummah, as they continue to deliver global aid.
Dozens of countries are in cahoots with Myanmar’s military regime, despite publicly fractious-seeming diplomatic relationships.
A report backed by the APPG on British Muslims strikes an optimistic yet realistic tone for what lays ahead in civil society.
Madrasas in Uganda are preparing for deeper scrutiny from intelligence agencies after it emerged that the majority are unregistered.
The oppressed Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar continue to suffer from state-sanctioned abuses.
Following a staged visit, China’s genocide against the Uyghurs of East Turkestan has effectively been backed by the World Muslim Communities Council.
Prince Harry has done the unthinkable: revealing his alleged kill-count in Afghanistan. How can he restore his image?
The history of Islam in the Iberian Peninsula is vital to understanding modern relations between Muslims and non-Muslims in Spain and Portugal.
The Turkish government has again reiterated its backing to the oppressed Uyghur community.