The conviction of composer Fazil Say for blasphemy based upon a series of tweets has elicited outrage among pro-democracy advocates.
Turkey is calling on non-Muslim minorities to return to Anatolia, but many officials have expressed doubts about the likelihood of a mass return.
For Muslim societies, the way to democracy will inevitably involve religious politics and Muslim societies will develop different concepts of democracy.
President Mohamed Morsi hosts tripartite meeting with Turkish and Iranian heads of state in sideline to OIC summit in Cairo.
The deputy head of the Salafi Dawah movement strongly criticized the chairman of the Salafi Nour Party for attending the Turkish Embassy’s celebration.
Last week, the court case against the celebrated Turkish pianist and composer Fazil Say began in Istanbul.
Turkish public opinion is divided over the Islamic fashion magazine "Ala".
Hashemi says they far from incompatible the West has to accept its share of responsibility for the revival of anti-democratic forces in the Islamic world.
Internationally acclaimed Turkish pianist Fazil Say could face a sentence of 18 months in prison on charges of insulting Muslim religious values on Twitter.
An increasing number of Muslim women are competing in sports — a look at the status quo and how Muslim women are breaking new ground.