A man pushes his scooter through a flooded street in the southern Indian city of Chennai (formerly Madras) on Wednesday.
A US court has an opportunity to consider that question in a lawsuit brought on behalf of the American-born cleric by the ACLU and Anwar al-Awlaki's father.
Strips of bacon spelling 'PIG' and 'CHUMP' were found in front of a South Carolina mosque Sunday. In post-9/11 America, pork – which is unclean in Islam – is a primary form of anti-Muslim protest.
A look at the global state of free speech.
Facebook users spent more than 41 million minutes on the social networking site in August. That's good enough to boost Facebook over Google and Yahoo.
Pakistani officials said Internet censorship was the only option after a court order was made.
'Everbody Draw Mohammad Day' sparked outrage in the Muslim world and Pakistani ban on Facebook. A Muslim-American explains why the idea is so offensive to her and Muslims worldwide.
Probably not. Even if protesters on both sides of the 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' fracas manage to organize a concerted boycott, it's unlikely it would be enough to really make a dent in Facebook traffic.
A controversial campaign on Facebook to generate depictions of the Prophet Muhammad – forbidden in Islam – has prompted Pakistan to ban YouTube, Wikipedia, and other websites.
Pakistan blocked YouTube, Wikipedia, and other websites Thursday to try to suppress a Facebook page declaring Thursday Everybody Draw Mohammad Day. Many protested the 'blasphemy' of depicting the prophet.