Just one town in the United States is named after an Algerian, Muslim jihadist. Elkader, Iowa, is home to probably just two Muslims, gay men who run a local Algerian restaurant.
As Aceh recovers from the devastating 2004 tsunami and earthquake, the Indonesian province is turning to its unique cultural heritage, rooted in its brand of Islam, to build from.
A bill under consideration by the Israeli Knesset would ban the use of loud speakers in religious ceremonies. Though it would apply uniformly across religions, most say it's targeting the call to prayer played from speakers at mosques.
In Tunisia, there's a growing disagreement between conservative Muslims and secular Tunisian used to the way things were under the previous regime. While no one misses the Ben Ali regime, many of the secular people worry that they'll be overwhelmed by fundamentalists.
Lowe's home improvement store sparked outrage after pulling its advertising from the TLC series All American Muslims. Now, other business have stepped up and bought up the newly available advertising while others criticize the store for caving into hate and bigotry.
The Sheikh Nur Hussein Shrine in Eastern Ethiopia has been a site of pilgrimages for years, but it's coming under increased criticism by conservative Muslims, endangering the pilgrims.
Tunisians of all ages, men and women, turned out by the millions on Sunday to vote in an election to determine who will write a constitution for the newly Democratic country.
The US created a multimillion dollar space for people under 30 in Jakarta's upscale Pacific Place mall in an effort to extend its influence in Indonesia.
In the past three years, the U.S. Military has overwhelmingly exceeded their recruitment goals in all branches -- a military couple explains why they enlisted.
Talk of loyalty tests and Islam during Republican debates may be alienating Muslim voters, who would otherwise side with the Republicans.