Consider this set of true-or-false statements to measure how privileged you are.
Can Jewish and Muslim interfaith workers move beyond panel discussions and polite dinners?
The 95th Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, joined in a common struggle.
Politicians crying “Sharia!” are not going to help us understand the difference between terrorism and murder.
The Supreme Court will decide if an Arkansas inmate can grow a half-inch beard in observance of his faith.
The popular author says we can’t reject ISIS as non-Muslim. What’s needed is a rigorous expression of religious peace.
If we’re willing to accept diversity within Judaism, Christianity, and Hinduism, we need to do the same for Islam.
A call to Muslims to oppose takfirism by condemning Pakistan’s Second Amendment signed 40 years ago this week.
With Meriam Ibrahim and her children facing torture and impending death, a surprising collection of activists have fought to save them.
How long can Melilla, Spain live up to its reputation as a city of peacefully coexisting Christians, Muslims, Jews, and Hindus?