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Millions of Muslims worldwide now are using Ramadan apps to help them observe, and revise, centuries-old traditions: when to eat, when to fast, when and how to pray, and how to donate to charity.
By dramatizing the hardships and brutality of life under ISIS, the producers of 'Black Crows' hope to sway viewers' opinions about the jihadists.
While women are portrayed often in Western and Arab media as 'victims' who have been 'brain-washed' by jihadists, they increasingly are highly motivated planners and attackers, experts warn.
In the US and Europe, a terrorist attack carried out by a Muslim would drive harsh political blowback against Islam. That didn't happen in Russia – but that's not necessarily a sign of enlightenment.
The Netherlands is one of Europe's most liberal countries – and home to one of its most ardently anti-Islam politicians, Geert Wilders, who could capture the most seats in March 15 elections.
Muslims are increasingly taking their place in Canadian society, and are some of the country's most patriotic citizens. But many struggle with the need to 'prove' their loyalty. Last month's shooting at a Quebec City mosque was particularly shocking.
The human rights court in Strasbourg rules that Swiss Muslim girls must swim with boys in mandatory swim class, rejecting their parents' appeal.
France has been stepping up its enforced secularism amid fears of Muslim immigration and terrorism, but that seems to be stirring more expression of religion in the workplace.
A proposal to ban face coverings in places such as schools or behind the wheel is broadly popular among Germans. But Muslims worry it would have little benefit, and would only widen divisions in German society.
At a charity foundation south of Tehran, hundreds of donated sheep are slaughtered for Eid al-Adha, a feast that recalls God's test of Abraham's faith.
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