A high-end art gallery covered up two paintings after Muslims complained they were "blasphemous."
The Christian woman who spent years on death row for blasphemy in Pakistan before she was acquitted last year has left for Canada, her lawyer confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday.
Muslim women in Sri Lanka will no longer be able to cover their faces amid a new emergency law ordered by the president that bans all kinds of facing coverings that may conceal a person’s identity.
As Sri Lankan security forces raided an ISIS safe house on Friday, militants open fired and detonated at least three suicide bombs, killing 15 people, including six children. The dead were found charred, others had their clothes burned off of their bodies.
Iranian state TV has shut down its equivalent to "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" after clerics bashed the show for offering cash prizes and warned that the program is counterproductive to the "culture of hard work" the country is trying to promote.
Tragic events in Nigeria, just as the Sri Lanka attack comes, highlight the dangers that remain from asymmetric terrorism and violence against Christians in ethnically and religiously divided societies.
A Bangladeshi teenager who braved the shame and taboo of being sexually harassed by reporting her ordeal to officials, has been doused with kerosene at school and burned to death.
A leading academic and cleric from World Cup host country Qatar has filmed a shocking guide on how Muslim men should beat their wives.
In an age when global awareness in decriminalizing homosexuality is gaining momentum, the excessively wealthy, Muslim-majority nation of Brunei is going in the opposite direction. On Wednesday, it will officially apply the final stages of its harsh interpretation of the Islamic Penal Code known as Sharia Law.
Lebanonâ€™s top military prosecutor acquitted four military personnel accused of sodomy Saturday in a landmark ruling that affirmed homosexuality is not a crime in the Middle Eastern nation, The Daily Star reported.
Amid backlast from the global community and celebrities such as George Clooney, Brunei, a country in Southeast Asia
Gay sex and adultery will be punished with death by stoning in the Southeast Asian kingdom of Brunei beginning next week as part of the nationâ€™s gradual implementation of sharia law.
A 95-year-old World War II veteran rode four buses to attend a solidarity march against racism in Auckland, New Zealand on Sunday in response to the Christchurch mosque attacks. Â
Seven people were arrested Monday by police in Pakistan in connection to the alleged abduction, forced religious conversion and illegal marriage of two minor Hindu girls, according to local media reports.Â
A sporting goods store on Tuesday canceled its plans to release a sports hijab in France after threats from politicians to boycott the company and pressure on social media.
A Christian woman in Pakistan on death row for nearly a decade after she allegedly contaminated a water jug -- an offense viewed as blasphemy in the Muslim country -- was acquitted by the country’s top court on Wednesday.
Notorious Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary must complete what is being described as "Britain's first compulsory deradicalization" program as part of his probation following his early release from prison, The Times of London reported late Sunday.
The freedom of speech does not extend to include defaming the prophet of Islam, the European Court of Human rights ruled Thursday.
Leaders of Muslim country Algeria have sparked outrage by banning female public sector staff from wearing full-face veils at work.
Pickaxe-wielding policemen have demolished a semi-submerged art gallery in the Maldives for being "offensive to Islam".