UK Muslims hold rally against terrorism
This weekend, 12,000 Muslims attended the Peace for Humanity conference, urging peace and understanding between religions. Will a new Fatwa against Terror be successful?
Saudi women launch a peaceful revolution
Women in Saudi Arabia cannot vote or drive a car, and must get a man’s permission before they marry, travel, get a job or go to university. Now some are fighting back.
A life in terror: the man behind the monster
He was America's most wanted man, hunted for ten years before Sunday's assassination. How did an awkward teenage recluse become the world's deadliest terrorist?
Rivalries and rifts behind Syria’s agonies
This week, the Syrian army has launched a bloody crackdown against democracy protesters. Foreign leaders are appalled. But religious and ethnic conflicts muddy the waters.
Why the Quran remains a burning issue
Protests continue in Afghanistan over the burning of the Quran, with many dead and injured. Should any book have the power to stir such emotions?
Cameron enters national identity minefield
Prime Minister claims multiculturalism has left us segregated. Britain needs stronger national identity, he says, but many disagree.
Political murder disrupts Pakistan.
A campaigner for Pakistan’s democracy has been shot dead by one of his own bodyguards, who thought the moderate politician was wrong to favour free speech over religion.