There is something very familiar about Donald Trump's new plan to stop the planes.
Commentators are expressing shock that 49% of Australians want to ban Muslim immigration, but it shouldn't be surprising.
Four years ago Rollo Romig converted to Islam. But this was the first year he observed Ramadan, fasting every day from dawn until dusk, until the family would finally feast together.
Only 23% of Pakistani journalists view US foreign policy favourably, but 76% are supportive of American people themselves. More than half of surveyed journalists in Pakistan think the government shouldn't pass policies that don't abide with Shariah law.
Last week Fairfax columnist Paul Sheehan fed the idea that Islam is a monolithic entity that's fundamentally incompatible with western values. That's what's wrong with the current debate about Islam, says writer and filmmaker Ruby Hamad.
YouTube is known for its liberal attitudes towards censoring content, but after ongoing pressure from American and British officials a selection of radical sermons from an American-born Muslim have been removed from the site, reports Robert Mackey.
A Florida pastor cancelled his Koran-burning stunt -- on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks -- to protest the planned mosque near Ground Zero, after claiming to have made a deal with the imam to move the mosque. The imam denies any deal, but the event raises concern for growing right-wing extremism in the US.
The debate over whether to build a mosque just blocks from Ground Zero isn't about intolerance, writes Jonah Goldberg, in a controversial article about the 'myth' of anti-Muslim sentiment in the States.
Tensions continue to flare in American as anti-Muslim advocates take to the streets. This confronting video of a rally at Ground Zero depicts an African American man harangued by the crowd.
It's a Big Moment, there's no denying it. We might have a female PM, but women still struggle not only with misogyny but also with racism, poverty, disability and all the myrid forms that marginalisation can take.