The three remaining children of notorious Islamic State fighter Khaled Sharrouf say they had no choice in going to Syria with their parents and they wanted to leave for years.
A new amusement park has opened in Dubai featuring a 'Cave of Wonders' and a mock parted Red Sea in a bid to teach Muslims and non-muslims alike about Islam's holiest text.
The unit was never properly resourced to deal with hate crime, according to a lawyer and community advocate, and a NSW Police officer says it would take a significant violent attack before policing hate crime is prioritised.
Islamic leaders condemn the shooting attack on worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch as an "act of terror" inspired by Islamophobia and urge Australia's Muslim communities to be "extra vigilant" at mosques.
A bold democratic experiment where women have equal rights rises out of the ashes of former Islamic State territory in north-east Syria — but it could be crushed at any time.
The women who join Islamic State should be viewed as an ongoing security risk and the West has a responsibility to repatriate them to face the rule of law, writes Kiriloi M Ingram.
When Fereydoun Najafi Aria was 18, he was arrested, tortured and thrown in jail. Decades on, he feels lucky to have survived.