Adeline Hocine saw the holy month — when everyone would abstain from food and water — as an opportunity to hide her illness.
Converting from Islam to Christianity can be a dangerous thing in the Middle East. In some countries, it's illegal. Yet some Syrian refugees are converting, despite receiving threats.
"I think I was the only living thing walking there, with my bicycle. ... I've never felt as miserable as that day."
Juliette Kayyem was an official in the Department of Homeland Security under Barack Obama and is now an analyst for various media. She says the ban on Muslims from seven nations entering the US will be a big problem for her former colleagues.
Based on your race, religion and ethnicity, this tool calculates whether your chance of being the target of a hate crime has increased since 9/11.
It isn't easy being Muslim and black in Minnesota, where there have been two police killings of black men in less than a year. But Somali immigrants are finding power in joining with their African American neighbors.
If you watch the news, you'd think anti-Muslim hysteria is everywhere. Thankfully, that's not true.
How a "fairly normal" Texas suburb became an international focus of Islamophobia.
There's a thriving hijab fashion scene in Indonesia. But as more and more women there are wearing the hijab, some women who don't say they're feeling the pressure.
The leaders of a new mosque in Southern California want to create a "safe space to be with their sisters" and a way to empower Muslim American women. Will all-female mosques catch on elsewhere in the United States?