Sudan frees woman sentenced to hang for 'converting'A Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death on May 15 for apostasy has been freed, one of her lawyers said on Monday. Meriam Yahia Ibrahim gave birth to a baby girl while in prison...
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IN THE WORLD PAPERS
Dutch far-right leader Wilders cuts up EU flag, sparks anti-Islam spat with Saudi ArabiaBritain and The Netherlands are voting this Thursday in European elections with Nigel Farage's UKIP and Geert Wilders' Freedom Party poised to make gains. The Guardian re...
Stars boycott hotels over Brunei islamic lawIn this edition: celebrities calling for a boycott of hotels belonging to the Sultan of Brunei; Saudi web users show support for a lonely hospital patient; and a globe-trotter docu...
Stars protest outside Brunei-owned hotel in Beverly HillsThe City of Beverly Hills voted unanimously on Tuesday to pressure the government of Brunei to divest the Beverly Hills Hotel, the pink-hued haunt of the Hollywood set, after the s...
Paris presents Hajj pilgrimage through artistic lensThe biggest-ever exhibit on the holy "Hajj" pilgrimage to Mecca opened recently at the Arab World Institute (IMA) in Paris and is expected to draw thousands of visitors.
New York 9/11 museum sparks anger over portrayal of IslamA film that will be shown at the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York unfairly links Islam with terrorism and could lead to prejudice and even violence against Muslims...
New far-right mayor moves to quash Paris region mosqueThe recently elected far-right mayor of a Parisian suburb has not wasted any time in following through on one of his campaign promises: upend a project for a new mosque.
Brazil club Mineiro cancel Anelka signing after no-showBrazilian club Atletico Mineiro said that it will not sign former France striker Nicolas Anelka because the player took too long to report to the club.
Video: Kenyan Muslims issue warning over cleric killingsThe Muslim community in southern Kenya has threatened mass protests if the government does not make progress on the spate of murderers targeting Muslim clerics in the next three da...
Denmark: Religious practices under fire?In the debate pitting animal rights against religious freedom, Denmark has made up its mind. Animals must now be stunned before they are killed, as this is considered more humane....
Katy Perry video sparks outrage onlineIn this edition: the new Katy Perry video sparks outrage online; Adidas t-shirts cause controversy in Brazil; and basketball fans stage a halftime flash mob…
THE 51 PERCENT
Sexism 2.0: tackling harassment onlineWe look at the issue of policing the digital space from abusive, offensive and threatening behaviour. Nathalie Dreyfus, a lawyer and consultant on digital legislation, joins us in...