Some African Muslim immigrants at a meatpacking plant in Colorado are protesting work conditions that they say affected their ability to observe Ramadan. The labor dispute has revealed bad feelings in the Colorado city.
Reporter Irris Makler reports on Jerusalem's Ramadan cannon. The sound of the cannon signals the end of fasting each day during the holy Muslim month of Ramadan. The same family in Jerusalem has been firing the Ramadan cannon for generations.
One-time Sunni insurgents in Iraq have helped stabilize the country through so-called "Awakening Councils,ï¿½ but as The World's Katy Clark reports, their role in the future could depend on how the Sunnis get along with Iraq's Shiite-dominated government.
Thousands of Tunisian men and women have left the country to fight alongside ISIS in Syria and Iraq. Authorities believe part of the problem is that these young people are being radicalized in local Tunisian mosques that were taken over by radical Islamists.
Randa Fahmy Hudome is a Republican, a former deputy energy secretary under George W. Bush and a political consultant. She's also a Muslim — and doesn't agree with comments made over the weekend by presidential candidate Ben Carson.
Among those killed in the crush of the Hajj crowd in Mina, Saudi Arabia, last week was a woman beloved in Nigeria and beyond. Hajiya Bilkisu Yusuf, a pioneering journalist and activist, broke down barriers in a patriarchal society.
Ahead of this month’s national election, conservative politicians in Canada have made an issue of the niqab. The full-face covering worn by a tiny minority of Muslim women is suddenly getting a lot of attention.
A sense of mutual distrust has descended upon Amsterdam’s Muslim and Jewish communities. Anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise and Jewish institutions are now guarded by police. Despite this, two activists — one Jewish, and one Muslim — have found common ground, and friendship, though not without personal cost.