Featured Video

Watch an Islamic State (ISIS) suicide car-bomb explode in mid-air after failing to attack a Kurdish Peshmerga position. 

Marking International Woman's Day, a Gaza professor wearing a niqab (full veil) tells Hamas TV that in Islam women receive their "full rights" as opposed to Western women.

An Iranian woman chooses a life of modernity over the traditions of her family. From the New York Times series, Our Man in Tehran.

In remarks directed at the Arab League secretary who asked official religious institutions to "confront the ideologies of darkness," Egyptian TV show host Ibrahim Issa sarcastically asked if he expected this will come from the current Saudi regime, who doesn't even let women drive? The show created an uproar and was later banned on the MBC channel in Egypt. 

A CNN exclusive showing a rare and secret recruitment meeting held on behalf of the Islamic State in Afghanistan. 

CNN reports on the aggresive social-media recruitment strategy used by the Islamic State in Minnesota where the group is targetting the Somali community. 

Defending the 'right to blaspheme' was formally adopted as policy by the Liberal Democrat party in the UK. It was defended eloquently by Maajid Nawaz, one of the party's parliamentary candidates for the upcoming general election. He is a former Islamist who was a recruiter for Hizb ut-Tahrir before he changed his views and co-founded the counter-extremism think tank the Quilliam Foundation. 

This is his impassioned speech to the Liberal-Democrat conference in favour of the 'right to blaspheme.'