Religion and Beliefs

As a Black, Christian woman, I often feel like I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place, Habiba Katsha writes.
The Bank of England has also condemned the "inexcusable" links some of its former governors had with the slave trade.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory said he finds it "baffling and reprehensible" that a Catholic facility would allow itself to be "manipulated" in this way.
Tear gas, flash grenades and rubber bullets were used to disperse peaceful protestors to make way for the President's "photo op".
Although I am saddened, I am encouraged that many of us will find creative and safe ways to celebrate Eid, writes Mariam Khan.
Preparations are underway around the world to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the Muslim festival which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. But lockdown measures caused by the coronavirus mean festivities for many Muslims will be different this year. From Algeria to Bangladesh, this is what Eid looks like in lockdown across the globe.
Celebrations may look different during lockdown, but Muslims are determined to mark the end of fasting safely.
When you’re trained to keep your distance within the same household, keeping six feet away from strangers is a piece of cake.
The holy month of Ramadan is considered one of the five pillars of Islam, as commerations of the prophet Muhammad’s first revelation through fasting, prayer, reflection and community are observed. With lockdowns due to coronavirus however, many Muslims across the world are having a very different Ramadan to ones they usually have. Mohammed Ali Amla and his family tell us how they will be using the lockdown period to connect more with God.
The pastors say they can practice social distancing while having in-person services and that prohibiting them from doing so is unconstitutional.