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Controversial speaker Ayaan Hirsi Ali has cancelled her speaking tour of Australia and New Zealand at the last minute.
New Zealanders who consume more news are more likely to be prejudiced against Muslims, a study has found.
Employers can ban visible religous symbols as long as it is across-the-board, Europe's top court says.
Debate in Australia about whether schools should allow muslim male students to decline shaking women's hands for religious reasons. Audio
How do you fight a president who is hostile to your culture? Audio
What is it like living with the world's most common name? Mohamed Hassan sets out to meet others in Auckland who share his name - and there are a lot of them. Audio
The Federation of Islamic Associations will investigate a racist attack on a Muslim woman in a Waikato town to see how widespread the problem is, its president says.
Canadian police have charged a French-Canadian student over the fatal shooting of six Muslim worshippers at a mosque in Quebec.
How do you trust your community when someone is always watching? Audio
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said the wearing of full-faced veils should be prohibited in the country "wherever it is legally possible".
Between the rise of ISIS and Donald Trump, what does it mean to grow up a Muslim in the midst of the War on Terror? Audio
A Somali-American has become the first person to compete in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant wearing a hijab and burkini.
How do you hold on to an identity when it is constantly under attack? Video, Audio
Kathryn Ryan speaks to political scientist and author Shadi Hamid about his new book "Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam is Reshaping the World" which explores why religion and… Audio
Five women wearing the Islamic headscarf have been prevented from entering a nursery school in Corsica by other parents, local media report.
Opinion - We Kiwis may pat ourselves on the back for defying France's burkini ban by putting it on the catwalk - but do we deserve it, asks Lamia Imam.
Greg Barton of Deakin University discusses the complexities of secularism versus religion in Turkey. Audio
Get to know the real Iran - Elham's story: Elham Salari grew up in Iran's capital Tehran and the war dominated her childhood memories. She moved to Hawkes Bay with her husband five years ago… Audio, Gallery
The United Arab Emirates is urging men to avoid wearing the white robes, headscarf and headband of the national dress when travelling overseas.
An Islamic cleric visiting Australia who made comments supporting the death penalty for homosexuals in some cases has left the country after defending his remarks.