Cosying up to Saudi Arabia is just one example of the hypocrisy at the heart of David Cameron’s pluralist position
The government regularly bungles religious issues, so how can it deal effectively with Islamic extremism?
The Oxford ‘Asian grooming gang’ were not in fact all Asian. But they were all Muslim: is this a problem we are afraid to face?
It is in fact a dilemma for their religious community and not for the “Asian” community – if such a thing exists
Three Coptic bishops strongly criticise document, saying it is shaped by Sharia law
We need to shake off the idea that conversion is cultural imperialism
Last night’s documentary on the birth of Islam illustrates how powerful religion made Arabic culture
A Muslim group forbids tomatoes ‘because they are Christian’. Will dialogue with Muslims ever be possible? Perhaps: but it won’t be easy
There are sane and moderate Muslims: but will they ever predominate?
Ed West welcomes a new book that sheds light on the mysterious birth of the Islamic faith
Seven years in, the Pope has inspired Catholics and shown he has an authentic vision for the Church
The TV series Homeland never gets to grips with its key question: why would a US soldier embrace Islam?
I wonder how many Westerners have, like Brody, become Muslim. What would be their reasons for doing so?
Saudi Grand Mufti calls for churches to be destroyed: will David Cameron mention this next time he’s in Riyadh?
Freedom of religion is non-negotiable