The Pope is visiting the United Arab Emirates. That’s a big deal.

Opinion: The papal visit challenges the contention that there is an unbridgeable gap between Islam and Christianity

One family’s struggle, one year after the Quebec City mosque shooting

In the wake of last year’s mosque massacre, Yousseff and Mulka Cherif wonder if they are better off leaving Quebec altogether

Little mosque in an Anglican church

‘Have you seen Little Mosque on the Prairie? It’s the same but in real life.’

What Trump missed in his address on tolerance – American Muslims

Can a message of tolerance to Islam abroad be persuasive without a corresponding affirmation of American Muslims at home?

We need to understand what ‘Islamophobia’ really means

Canada needs to have a hard look at the hysteria about Muslims in this country. The way people use the word Islamophobia won’t make it easy.

With the attacks on Brussels, Europe’s crisis of competence boils over

It is time for Europe to finally abolish its network of terrorist safe havens, says Terry Glavin

The Interview: Ausma Zehanat Khan’s unique lens on Islam

Crime writer Ausma Zehanat Khan on her Muslim Toronto cop hero, the ugly U.S. election and darkness in the Middle East

Rap’s crossroads: Why big-name rappers are daring to be religious

From Kendrick Lamar to formerly young Jeezy, more and more big-name rappers are willing to explicitly discuss their faith on the record

With his words, Raihan Abir honours his slain Bangladeshi colleagues

His colleagues were hacked to death in Bangladesh. He’s endured death threats. And yet Raihan Abir carries on his website’s work, in Canada.

The Sunni vs. Shia schism, and why it matters 1,300 years later

It would be simplistic to say the sectarian outrage over Saudi Arabia’s execution of a Shia cleric was only religion-driven—and would ignore key history

What it feels like to attend Friday prayers at a Calgary mosque

This is what it’s like to attend Jumu’ah (Friday prayer) at Canada’s largest mosque, Baitun Nur, which means “house of divine light.” Built by the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Calgary, the mosque covers 4,500 sq. m and is intended to be a symbol of peace for the city.

The Interview: Ayaan Hirsi Ali on reforming Islam

In her new book, Ayaan Hirsi Ali argues the rise of Islamist extremism presents moderate Muslims with an opportunity for reform