The world’s Muslims are united in their belief in God and the Prophet Muhammad but they have widely differing views about many other aspects of their faith.
The US is accusing Egypt, China and European nations of harming religious freedom, citing rising anti-Semitism, laws banning veils and attacks on Copts.
Members of liberal and Christian political groups blast visiting US secretary of state, accuse Washington of cutting secret deal with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Christian officials and politicians decline invitations to meet with US secretary of state to protest perceived interference in Egypt's domestic affairs.
The specifics remain unclear, but Morsy’s presidency is ushering in a new and unprecedented relationship between Egypt and its longtime ally the United States.
During a meeting with US Ambassador Anne Patterson Egypt’s Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa called on Washington to support for Egypt and its people.
According to Egypt's ambassador to Washington, the Egyptian expatriate voter turnout thus far is lower than that seen during the parliamentary elections.
A symposium presented by Islam in the West and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, November 10, 2011.
Muslim Veiling and Citizenship with Dr. Jocelyne Cesari
Professor Ali Asani and Boston Globe City Editor Michael Paulson discuss the various challenges and lessons of covering Islam in the United States.