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‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
Push to Reopen Houses of Worship in Europe and Mideast Brings Perils and Tensions

Push to Reopen Houses of Worship in Europe and Mideast Brings Perils and Tensions

In Germany, 40 new cases were confirmed among the faithful in Frankfurt. France restarted church services this weekend. And protesters in the West Bank demanded that mosques reopen for the Eid
Will Mandatory Face Masks End the Burqa Bans?

Will Mandatory Face Masks End the Burqa Bans?

As face coverings become the rule in public spaces, attitudes about head scarves may change.
The Silver Lining of Being Quarantined During Ramadan

The Silver Lining of Being Quarantined During Ramadan

Being at home with family has made observing Islam’s holiest month a richer and deeper spiritual experience.
Modi’s Popularity Soars as India Weathers the Pandemic

Modi’s Popularity Soars as India Weathers the Pandemic

Recent polls have the prime minister’s approval ratings topping 80 or 90 percent. But the economic devastation from the coronavirus has yet to be reckoned with.
In Jerusalem, Ramadan Restrictions Last Seen During the Crusades Return

In Jerusalem, Ramadan Restrictions Last Seen During the Crusades Return

A pandemic has transformed how Muslims in Israel and the Palestinian territories are experiencing Ramadan.
In Jerusalem, Ramadan Restrictions Last Seen During the Crusades Return

In Jerusalem, Ramadan Restrictions Last Seen During the Crusades Return

A pandemic has transformed how Muslims in Israel and the Palestinian Territories are experiencing Ramadan.
Italian Hostage’s Release Erupts Into Clashes Over Islam and Ransom

Italian Hostage’s Release Erupts Into Clashes Over Islam and Ransom

The conversion to Islam by Silvia Romano, an Italian aid worker kidnapped by a group said to be linked to the Shabab, was met with insults and threats.
Italian Hostage’s Release Erupts Into Clashes Over Islam and Ransom

Italian Hostage’s Release Erupts Into Clashes Over Islam and Ransom

The conversion to Islam by Silvia Romano, an Italian aid worker kidnapped by a group said to be linked to the Shabab, was met with insults and threats.
Eating in Xi’an, Where Wheat and Lamb Speak to China’s Varied Palate

Eating in Xi’an, Where Wheat and Lamb Speak to China’s Varied Palate

In the city’s Muslim Quarter, meals are a celebration of globalization and ethnic diversity — and a lasting defense against erasure.
Breaking the Ramadan Fast in Quarantine

Breaking the Ramadan Fast in Quarantine

The evening meal is usually a time for community, but this year, Muslims have to adapt.
Prayer Mats, ‘Peppa Pig’ and Patience: How I’m Raising My Muslim Kids

Prayer Mats, ‘Peppa Pig’ and Patience: How I’m Raising My Muslim Kids

Introducing the concept of God is daunting. For now, determination and a little humor will have to do.
In U.K., Hard-Hit Minority Communities Struggle to Bury the Dead

In U.K., Hard-Hit Minority Communities Struggle to Bury the Dead

The coronavirus outbreak has disproportionately affected some areas of Britain. A Birmingham mosque’s car park has been transformed into a makeshift mortuary to handle the influx of bodies.
In U.K., Hard-Hit Minority Communities Struggle to Bury the Dead

In U.K., Hard-Hit Minority Communities Struggle to Bury the Dead

The coronavirus outbreak has disproportionately affected some areas of Britain. A Birmingham mosque’s parking lot has been transformed into a makeshift mortuary to handle the influx of bodies.
Evangelical Leader Franklin Graham Responds to Critics of Samaritan's Purse Central Park Field Hospital

Evangelical Leader Franklin Graham Responds to Critics of Samaritan's Purse Central Park Field Hospital

His critics accuse him of discriminating against L.G.B.T. people. “Just because I don’t agree doesn’t mean I’m against them,” he said.
Celebrating the Great Australian Tradition of Meat in a Box

Celebrating the Great Australian Tradition of Meat in a Box

While social distancing, Australians should unify under their love of a takeout classic, the halal snack pack.

Zarina Hashmi, Artist of a World in Search of Home, Dies at 82

Ms. Hashmi was of a generation of artists whose life and work were haunted by the 1947 partition of India.

Zarina Hashmi, Artist of a World in Search of Home, Dies at 82

Ms. Hashmi was of a generation of artists whose life and work were haunted by the 1947 partition of India.