A history as brilliantly labyrinthine as the city it describes

Why did Sarah Hussein’s death not attract anything like the interest in Sarah Everard?

Hate crimes operate as a contemporary, de facto blasphemy law

This is not the first time Hatun has been assaulted at Speakers’ Corner

Usman Khan’s failed de-radicalisation bears parallels with A Clockwork Orange

Islam outside the West preserves much of its traditional character, but Islam within the West is in danger of petrifying

The APPG on Religion in the Media’s report into “religious literacy” in the media is deeply flawed in its understanding of Islam in particular

Where were all the free-speech warriors when a Labour candidate sent an antisemitic tweet?

The reaction to the BBC Woman’s Hour interview with Zara Mohammed exposes the cliquishness of contemporary feminists

Islamism is increasingly held not to be a deviant from Islam, but an orthodox aim of the “religion of peace”