The question is why more Muslim leaders aren’t talking about Islamophobia.
With a foot in two worlds, the PM raised questions that are more than relevant at this moment in humanity's journey.
UN Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi says rise of Islamophobia is a "particularly alarming development".
Philip Arps described video of worshippers being slaughtered as "awesome", showed no empathy for victims.
OIC Makkah Summit reiterates support for Kashmiris' right to self determination.
The Australian is currently in a high-security prison undergoing tests to determine if he's mentally fit to stand trial.
Anti-Muslim riots leave one man dead; govt says has given army free hand to tackle security situation in country.
Businesses should know these laws exist, are enforceable and people will stand up against discrimination, says lawyer.
Lauren Booth discusses tactics used in western media rhetoric to paint darker picture of Muslims globally.
"Pakistan fully supported Sri Lanka's war on terror," PM Wickremesinghe tells an Indian publication.
Is Islamophobia a tool for populist politicians to make Muslims scapegoats for economic, cultural decline in the West?
Muslims who want to return to the mosques “are having flashbacks and that's not good.”
Accused told investigators that "he loves the president, and that he hates radical Muslims in our government."
The courtroom was packed with family members and victims of the terror attacks.
Mazari shares Pakistani govt's commitment to protection, promotion of human rights in the country
Yet to be seen whether the Australian gunman would be tried as a terrorist.
Lodhi calls for a collaborative, coherent and committed global response against Islamophobia.
Global denigration of Muslim faith can be halted only if OIC countries act with determination, unity and clarity.
HRW says Ardern should publicly call on Chinese leaders to close Muslim internment camps, provide observers access.
Deputy public prosecutor says perpetrators smeared walls with animal blood, placed severed pig's head on front gate.
After Christchurch terror attacks, American Muslims are increasingly feeling the need to reach out to wider community.
Syed Areeb Ahmed's father appeals to the government to make a university named after his deceased son.
"One question we need to answer is whether or not we could or should have known more," says PM Ardern.
PM Ardern's stance of labelling the killer a terrorist is in contrast to mass shooters in N America not being called so.
Service will be held at Hagley Park in Christchurch, located across the street from the Al Noor Mosque.
Thousands gather in Christchurch to honour the 50 Muslim worshippers killed last week by a white supremacist.
"We are with you, we want you to feel at home on your own streets, we love, support and respect you," said one woman.
Eight Pakistanis among those laid to rest; "New Zealand mourns with you. We are one," says Prime Minister Ardern.
Can't bring back those killed in Christchurch attacks, but can dignify their memory through resolute action: Qureshi.
British Home Secretary Sajid Javid warns hateful behaviour "will never be accepted".