Taylor Luck writes for The Christian Science Monitor.
The UAE, a financial powerhouse and growing power in the Arab world, is committed to showing Western allies that all are welcome to worship there.
Egypt’s first freely elected president failed to allay fears his party was laying the groundwork for theocracy.
After voters ousted the party that had ruled Malaysia since independence from Britain, some are looking to improve interfaith relations—starting with getting to know each other.
Women were fully engaged in these protests, as demonstrators rejected past divisions such as between Islamist and secular groups.
Salafism, a puritanical strand of Islam originating in Saudi Arabia, has sought to take over mosques and communities since the country’s 2011 revolution.
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