Islamic Leader Says Watching Soccer Is Haram For Women

World | Joshua Gill
Soccer Players (Shutterstock/ Alex Kravtsov)

‘Do you not fear God?’

Islamic Militants Kill 5 Shiites, 3 Soldiers In Pakistan

World | Joshua Gill
Shi'ite Muslim men from Pakistan's ethnic Hazara minority mourn around the coffins of their relatives, who were killed in a shooting attack, in Quetta, Pakistan October 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed

‘group affiliated with ISIS’

OPEC Civil War: Oil Negotiations Between Saudi Arabia And Iran Collapse

Energy | Andrew Follett
Qatar's Oil Minister Mohammed Saleh al-Sada (R) walks with Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi as they arrive for a meeting of Gulf states' oil ministers in Doha, September 10, 2015. Gulf energy producers will continue to invest to maintain stable energy supplies, Qatar's Oil Minister Mohammed al-Sada said in Doha on Thursday ahead of a meeting of Gulf states' oil ministers. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon

‘There aren’t many ways for this to get worse’

Rubio: Clinton Not Saying 'Radical Islam' Is Like Not Saying We Were At War With The Nazis

Elections | Steve Guest

‘This is a clash of civilizations and as I said at the debate earlier this week, there is no middle ground on this’

Richard Engel: Sunnis, Shias Fighting ISIS 'A Recipe For Disaster'

Video | Al Weaver

‘It’s like trying to put out a fire with gasoline’

Obama's policy alarms oil-rich Arabs - TheDC

Politics | Neil Munro

Gulf oil rises, U.S. policy stalls

WaPo's Colby King uses racial epithet to describe Sunni-Shiite split in Saudi Arabia - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Says Shiites are called ‘sand n—ers’ by their Sunni counterparts in Saudi Arabia

Iraqis who fought view U.S. exit with mixed feelings - Reuters

World | interns

Iraqi sentiment mixed on U.S. military withdrawal; some cheer American exit while others fear Shi’ite oppression

'The Closing of the Muslim Mind' - TheDC

World | Jamie Weinstein

Author Robert R. Reilly says Sunni Islam has committed ‘intellectual suicide’

Barbershop politics in Baghdad - THE NEW YORK TIMES

World | interns

Iraq may yet be riven with ethnic and sectarian divisions – certainly among its political leaders but on the walls of the barbershop hung a postcard of a Christian altar and another of Imam Hussein, the revered Shiite martyr

Death squads return

World | AJ

Death squads have returned to the streets of Baghdad with the first targeted killing of civilians in Baghdad for more than two years, Iraqi media have reported