By Khaled Diab For Western Muslims, Christmas is just outside their doorsteps. For some, Christmas even skips merrily in from the cold and crosses the threshold into their homes. Monday 6 January 2020 Here in Belgium, people do not traditionally…
While it is important for children to learn about religion, they should not be schooled in any particular faith.
Despite fears of an anti-Christmas jihad, many ordinary Muslims enjoy getting into the spirit of the season.
By Khaled Diab The Danish government plans to force minorities out of what it classes as “ghettos”, but its Denmark’s mainstream that needs to escape its ghetto mentality. Friday 13 July 2018 While America separates migrant children from their parents…
Left without a say in the election of Donald Trump, a new breed of conscientious objectors are making their mark on the USA. Foreign tourists are voting with their feet and going elsewhere.
The bombing of St Peter’s Church in Cairo exposes the growing vulnerability of Egypt’s Christian minority and the increasing mainstreaming of extremist Islamist discourse.
Despite having acquired some 21st-century trappings, Eid al-Fitr’s mix of religion and revelry is centuries old.
Sinterklaas (Santa Claus) brings joy to millions in the Low Countries. But his dark-faced helpers, Zwarte Pieten, are racist and a colonial throwback.
The Holy Land is where Christmas began. But with the relative decline of Christianity there, does the yuletide still retain its spirit?
Can Israelis and Palestinians learn something about building bridges between divided communities from the Egyptian revolution?