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When Clothing Labels Are a Matter of Life or Death
The Pope’s Most Dangerous Trip Ever
Can Pope Francis save Burma’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims without killing Christians? That’s the dilemma he faces as he travels to Burma and Bangladesh this weekend.
‘My Gay Friends Were Hacked to Death. I Escaped.’
In 2016, LGBTQ activist Xulhaz Mannan and a friend were murdered in Dhaka by suspected Islamist militants. Mannan’s friend, Ali Asgar, who witnessed the event, tells their story.
Undocumented & Muslim in Trump”s America
She arrived in America as a baby, pays federal taxes, and has a master’s degree. Her mother even worked in a Trump casino. Now, she’s afraid for her future.
The Muslims Fighting for LGBTQ Equality
After the murder of activist Xulhaz Mannan, LGBTQ activists from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Thailand, and Burma gather to discuss challenges and strategies.
In Bangladesh, God Is a Serial Killer
Jihadi terrorists are systematically hunting down leading free thinkers in Bangladesh—one by one—and hacking them to death.
Secular Blogger Bloodbath Continues
The publisher of secular bloggers in Bangladesh was stabbed to death on Saturday. It is just the latest in a war for Bangladesh's identity.
Is My Country Numb to a Child’s Murder?
From the beating deaths of two teen boys to the murder of four bloggers, shocking and brutal violence has become daily reality in Bangladesh.