A world without religions lies in danger of inching closer to the void. As for terrorism,
Nadia Murad was a Yazidi peasant girl in a small village called Kochu in northern Iraq.
It’s a wrong righted, unambiguously. But the SC is status quoist on personal law.
South Malda MP Mausam Benazir Noor on the communal cauldron that Malda has turned into.
India remains cautious about ISIS turning east
The Arab world’s whimsy over ISIS has allowed other players to step in
ISIS’s war runs on oil. A look inside its crude-smeared war chest.
The face of ISIS is a man in a mask. Ruthless, intense, methodical.
Post Paris, the world cannot afford to dismiss the Islamic State as an unknown quantity. It
France is caught between lofty ideals and a just hatred for deluded assassins
Nadeem James Masih was charged in July after his friend Yasir Bashir told the
Women seeking farce marriages or 'halala services' face the risks of being sexually
The accused reportedly were dumbfounded and one even declared that he would rather hang
For Censor Board, it’s okay to call women murgi, a bomb and maal, but
Is it possible to do it in cold blood? The Nazis certainly did. But
The tides of religious extremism in Bangladesh could encourage Muslim and Hindu radicals alike.
The careful construction of a monolithic conception about the world of Islam in contrast
How passionate clerics moved Islamic Shariah from the mostly gentle words of Muhammad to
Muslim clerics should understand that the philosophy of revenge has made Muslim communities viewed
Those who cynically created the Islamic State for sinister motives are unlikely to succeed