Elis Gjevori is a journalist at TRT World.
As France's political environment becomes increasingly hostile towards Muslims, new initiatives by the community seek to make themselves heard.
France moves closer to barring Muslim women from playing sports in a major setback for human rights in the country.
Many refuse to recognise their own country, but they also lament a lack of funding from Kabul's new authorities.
Behind every fake female bot account on social media is probably a man seeking to catfish another man.
An energy crisis in the country has been compounded by a booming industry in crypto mining. Not everyone is convinced that the measure will resolve Kosovo's energy crises.
According to a new study, the pandemic, far from reducing anti-Muslim hate crimes has accelerated some of the worst narratives against Islam and Muslims.
Can state backed and handpicked Muslim representatives gain the trust and legitimacy of the country's Muslim population? The French government hopes so.
The recent snub by Washington towards the UAE highlights how Turkiye faced a similar dilemma and developed its own defence industry.
The UK government's citizenship proposals increasingly undermines the concept of citizenship for minorities.
Years of anti-Muslim prejudice in France have created a climate for even more extreme political actors to enter the fray. Can established parties put the genie back in the bottle?
Allowed to fester for more than a decade, an emboldened Serb nationalism seeks to exert its power in a region that has not fully recovered from the words of the 1990s.
Billed as a success story in the Middle East, Tunisia's fragile experiment with democracy increasingly looks like it's coming to a shuddering halt.
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