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Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Blame ‘Wahhabism’ for Terrorism

Accusations against Saudi Arabia and Salafi theology distract us from the real causes of violent extremism.
Pentagon Expects Mosul Push to Unlock Trove of ISIS Intelligence

Pentagon Expects Mosul Push to Unlock Trove of ISIS Intelligence

Iraqi forces fired mortar shells at Islamic State positions south of Mosul on Friday.
Pentagon Expects Mosul Push to Unlock Trove of ISIS Intelligence

Pentagon Expects Mosul Push to Unlock Trove of ISIS Intelligence

Iraqi forces fired mortar shells at Islamic State positions south of Mosul on Friday.
‘I Had a Scary Dream About Donald Trump’: Muslim Parents Face a Tense Election

‘I Had a Scary Dream About Donald Trump’: Muslim Parents Face a Tense Election

Abubeckr Elcharfa, 13, left, and his sister Maaria, 7, not far from their home on Staten Island. The siblings are part of a Muslim family living in the largely Republican borough.

‘I’m Scared These Men Will Kill Everyone’: ISIS Takes a Somalia Town

Dozens of men with machine guns and rifles marched into the town of Qandala, residents and officials said, opening another front in the battle between ISIS and the Shabab.
With a Politician’s Flair, Khizr Khan Tries to Push Clinton to Finish Line

With a Politician’s Flair, Khizr Khan Tries to Push Clinton to Finish Line

Khizr Khan, whose son was killed in Iraq, greeted supporters Wednesday in Norfolk, Va., as he campaigned for Hillary Clinton.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Plot Against America or the Plot by America?

From Turkey to Trump Tower, demagogues love conspiracy theories.
Asserting a Muslim Fashion Identity

Asserting a Muslim Fashion Identity

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, the new editor in chief of Vogue Arabia.
Hindu Temples and Homes in Bangladesh Are Attacked by Muslim Crowds

Hindu Temples and Homes in Bangladesh Are Attacked by Muslim Crowds

A vandalized Hindu temple on Sunday in Bangladesh. Attacks on Hindus are not unusual in the country, but it is rare to see multiple crowds targeting temples as they did on Sunday and Monday.
Nigerian Army Finds an Abducted Chibok Schoolgirl With a Baby

Nigerian Army Finds an Abducted Chibok Schoolgirl With a Baby

Maryam Ali Maiyanga with her son. She was one of the more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in 2014 by Boko Haram extremists.
Arson and Vandalism Rattle Hindu Communities in Bangladesh

Arson and Vandalism Rattle Hindu Communities in Bangladesh

Protesters in Bangladesh during a rally against recent communal violence in the country, in Dhaka, the capital, last week.
Memo From Iraq: In Once-Tolerant Mosul, a Social Unraveling That Feels Permanent

Memo From Iraq: In Once-Tolerant Mosul, a Social Unraveling That Feels Permanent

People displaced by fighting in Mosul lining up for food distribution at a camp in Hassan Sham, Iraq, on Tuesday. Before the Islamic State’s occupation more than two years ago, Mosul was Iraq’s most

Racial Episodes Escalate on Campuses

Since the election of Donald J. Trump, a series of racially motivated episodes have occurred at schools and colleges across the United States.
Jakarta Protest, Tied to Faith, May Have Deeper Links to Secular Politics

Jakarta Protest, Tied to Faith, May Have Deeper Links to Secular Politics

The police guarded a parliamentary building during a protest against Jakarta’s governor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, this month.
On Religion: Muslim College Chaplains Extend a Hand Across Religious Divides

On Religion: Muslim College Chaplains Extend a Hand Across Religious Divides

Aliya Sameru, a freshman at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, tidied up last month after a Friday Prayer service.
Germany Bans ‘True Religion’ Muslim Group and Raids Mosques

Germany Bans ‘True Religion’ Muslim Group and Raids Mosques

The police raided a mosque in Hamburg, Germany, on Tuesday. Officers searched 190 premises in more than half of the country’s 16 states.
Indonesia Says Jakarta’s Christian Governor Is Suspected of Blasphemy

Indonesia Says Jakarta’s Christian Governor Is Suspected of Blasphemy

Gov. Basuki Tjahaja Purnama of Jakarta campaigning for re-election on Tuesday in the city, Indonesia’s capital.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Turkey’s Populists See an Unlikely Ally

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Turkey’s Populists See an Unlikely Ally

Outside the mausoleum of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, on the 78th anniversary of his death this month.
India Bans Organization Run by Controversial Televangelist Preacher

India Bans Organization Run by Controversial Televangelist Preacher

Zakir Naik, a popular televangelist preacher, spoke by videoconference in July. In his speeches, Dr. Naik has harshly criticized the United States.