It’s been two years since the abduction of nearly 300 Chibok schoolgirls by Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria.
Sophie Kasiki writes of her experience in a new book “to prevent others … from falling for the Islamic State’s culture of death.”
Islam expert Dr. Tim Furnish says ISIS will not be deterred by symbolic gestures like the recent genocide declarations made against ISIS by Congress and the State Department.
Muslims in the West must step up and admit terrorism is rooted in extremist Islam, say four Muslim think-tank panelists.
As French police continue to search for those linked to the attacks, some Paris Muslims feel a double burden: the grief of loss, and the fear of being stigmatized.
Lutheran French-train “hero” Alek Skarlatos receives the Soldier’s Medal from U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
Aleksander Skarlatos, a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Roseburg, Ore., is among the men honored for stopping an armed attacker on a French train Aug. 21.
At least four worshipers, three of them U.S.-born, were killed in an attack on a west Jerusalem synagogue.