Suicide Bomb Hits Palm Sunday Mass in Indonesia, Wounding 20
By Yusuf Wahil and Niniek Karmini
The bombing was the first major attack since in Indonesia since a series of suicide attacks on churches in Surabaya in 2018.
Pakistan Court Orders Release of Man Accused in Daniel Pearl Killing
By Associated Press
The White House described the decision to release the U.S. journalist's alleged killer as "an affront to terrorism victims everywhere."
Foot in Mouth, Mahathir’s Hate Speech Backfires – Again
By Luke Hunt
It’s time for the former Malaysian PM to just shut and stop scratching for cheap votes.
Bombs and Burqas: Muslim Women and Extremism
By Farhat Haq
We're thrown off when women are drawn to religiously motivated violent extremism. We shouldn't be.
Preserving History: Lessons From Afghanistan and Iraq
By Jack Detsch
ISIS’s destruction of sacred historical monuments deserves condemnation. But it is part of a broader and older problem.
Charlie Hebdo a ‘Clash of Values,’ Says Indonesia's Former President
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Yudhoyono calls for limiting freedom to get past divide between Islam and West
Pakistan Taliban Pledges Support to the Islamic State
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Despite the Islamic State's rivalry with al-Qaeda, the Pakistan Taliban has announced it supports IS.
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
By Ankit Panda
Al Qaeda released a video declaring that it was starting a branch in the Indian subcontinent.
Will the Islamic State Gain Influence in South Asia?
By Ankit Panda
The Islamic State will have a hard time gaining a foothold in South Asia.