The increase in far-right attacks has been fuelled and validated by an unfiltered online world and an unmoderated media.
In his chilling documentary, Of Fathers And Sons, director Talal Derki paints an intimate portrait of life in a modern Jihadi family.
Australian photographer Adrian Morris documents his travels around the world with the eye of a restless nomad. This summer in Barcelona, he watched the city he now calls home take a stand against terror.
In the aftermath of any terror attack we look for the preachers who have radicalised. Last night's attack on Finsbury Park Mosque can be no exception.
On Saturday night, terrorists in London killed seven and injured forty-eight. Last night, the city came together to remember those who lost their lives.
In the wake of the attack on Manchester we're asking those who love the city to share their thoughts and feelings. Ilyas Nagdee is up first.
Paul Refsdal lived alongside Jhabat al-Nusra ‘martyrdom seekers’ in Syria to understand what motivates them in his challenging documentary Dugma: The Button.
Italian photographer Giacomo Cosua’s show ‘I’m Not Afraid’ documents youth determined to express themselves - no matter what - around the globe.
In the search for reason in an age of terror, some believe that governments plot hoax tragedies to control us through fear. But is this just a way of imposing order on chaos, or do conspiracy theorists represent the enlightened few?
Xinjiang is portrayed as a hotbed for religious extremism by Chinese state media. But for photographer Terry Xie, it’s simply a place to skate with friends.
Theatre company 2Magpies are no strangers to tackling controversial subjects, but their latest project - exploring music and torture at Guantanamo Bay - may well be their boldest performance yet.
As Islamophobia continues to rise on both sides of the Atlantic, we spoke to five British Muslims about their thoughts and fears.