It doesn't take much to threaten the delicate sectarian balance in a place where the scars of war loom large.
Earlier this week, the magazine pulled a review amid online criticism of the book.
The museum conceived by the billionaire president of Hobby Lobby and set to open next month has attracted skepticism over its ideological mission.
A viral archaeology story has been largely debunked — but that doesn't mean Vikings didn't interact with Muslims.
The discovery of the Arabic characters in boat graves has raised questions about the influence of Islam in Scandinavia.
The company's rules help to show how it distinguishes between free speech and hate speech. Judge for yourself.
In Pakistan, the Fuhrer’s name sells clothes.
The sun is brutal, the moon is mocking, the stars are terrifying. But Saturn, spinning in its lonely rings, is kind.
The Tents is a massively successful organization that has operated without outside help for over 150 years. But because it is run by and for black women — black churchwomen — it is largely unknown and in fact was deliberately kept secret for much of its existence.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project, which tracks hate groups, has its work cut out for it.
The latest episode of Slate's series about Islamophobia in America takes on the identity crisis common among young Muslim Americans — which pushes a few of them into radicalization.
Inside the unofficial faith council trying to steer White House policy.
"American Satan" hits theaters ever-so-appropriately on Friday, October 13.
As a baal teshuva first-generation Russian Jewish immigrant transplant, I felt the results of the class hierarchy I had landed in.
This week Hillary Clinton discussed an animating influence on her life that she has struggled to convey to a skeptical public.
A small group of powerful US Muslims has been a silent force in philanthropy for years. But with Donald Trump in the White House, they can't stay in the shadows any longer.
The ancient art of astrology feels fresher than ever in these turbulent times, as its practitioners find new platforms and new audiences in search of answers.
Rebuilding the bridge each June is a tradition, an act of worship and an opportunity for celebration.
The Jesus People reshaped both American Christianity and conservatism.
In a divided Turkey, Eid is about charity, family — and a shared national meal.
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