islam

Combating extreme heat needs action across multiple fronts: governance, health, urban planning and embracing more sustainable lifestyles.

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Millions face heat stroke risk as Haj coincides with Mecca’s hottest month. Elderly pilgrims and those with chronic illnesses are most vulnerable.

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Pressure to close down the pro-Palestine encampments reminds us again that the limits of the right to protest are contested.

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There are exceptions in India’s current round of electioneering rhetoric against Muslims that prove the country is still united in diversity.

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Culture and religion can provide essential support for Javanese people coping with illness.

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As the Turkish Republic turns 100, the nation built from the ashes of the Ottoman empire continues to wield the religious power of its history.

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Inter-ethnic compromises were challenged by Muslim nationalists in the run-up to the recent state polls.

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In Islam, clergymen interpret how marriage is done, sometimes allowing child brides. Clergywomen want substantive justice to stop the practice.

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Pathaan successfully propagates a masculine state, but also pitches for a country in need of healing.

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