With Western leaders failing us, we need great international minds to act. They have a clear vision and an audience of tens of millions of people
In 2001, many of our communities in the West still relied on Muslim-majority countries to provide imported Imams with no way of rationalising complex global events
Human rights group Amnesty International say the woman's trial was 'a complete travesty of justice throughout'
The country's leading cleric Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah was responding to criticism by Iran's Ayatollah
The 15 countries with the worst reputation in the world have been announced by the Reputation Insitute in its annual RepTrak index.
The severe weather shows what's coming – and it's going to be far, far worse
The definition of what constitutes radicalisation is now so loose that almost anyone who takes an interest in the troubles in the Middle East could fall foul of the referral system
'The presence of female athletes in 2012 made things worse, because it allowed Saudi Arabia to escape criticism,' says a researcher on the topic
Death row prisoner denies taking part in any violence and claims his confession was extracted under torture
'This girl does not speak, but only repeats one thing- ‘I am afraid of this man’, ' an official said
The destabilisation of Turkey is good news for Isis as Turkish security organisations devote their efforts to hunting down Gulenists
Investments by Qatar’s state-owned companies in Britain are the largest in western Europe: Shell, Barclays, the Shard, Harrods, Canary Wharf and 30 per cent shares in the London Stock Exchange will surely guarantee a lowering of the UK flag to half-mast when Hamad and Tamim die
'Saudi Arabia is out of step with a global trend of states moving away from the death penalty', says Amnesty International
Theresa May could take a leading role in bringing about concerted action against the greatest threat to humanity
Time and again Islam’s teachings uphold religious and personal freedoms. If dictators in the Middle East or radical Muslim preachers oppose the Prophet Mohammed in their words and actions, then they’re solely to blame
There is a lack of humanist studies in the universities of the Arab world, and an absence of the texts which flourished in the very golden age which Islamists so often proclaim