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The perils of globalization are fueling the agendas of right-wing parties, some of whom thrive on hate speech, and other foes of the European Union.
Part One: Exploring Jobbik's appeal as far-right parties across Europe head strongly into this week's EU Parliamentary elections.
Part Two: Using a selective version of history and appealing to 'gut feelings' is proving effective for Jobbik, one of several far-right parties surging in Europe.
In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, and under much official pressure, Saudi's promised to edit religious hate speech out of school textbooks. A dozen years later, many of the old books remain in classrooms.
Senior church leaders of different denominations, even some conservative leaders, have spoken up against the prime minister's welfare cuts.
Analysis: Predictions that the Bharatiya Janata Party will win India's elections in May are "flashing warning lights for India's Muslim minority."
Analysis: The "quenelle" controversy continues to engulf a soccer star and popular entertainer on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Analysis: From Buddhism to Confucianism and Christianity, most religious movements throughout history have 'played politics' to survive.
Analysis: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not shown his usual vociferousness on the world stage lately, though the Jewish right-wing in America hasn't necessarily followed suit.
Analysis: The US is more religious than many other high-income countries, and this strong religious voice has influenced government since the beginning.
As China's Central Committee deliberates what could be major economic reforms, ancient teachings help many cope with rapid change.
In Bihar state, several bombs went off at a rally for the Hindu nationalist party on Sunday. Though a suspect has been arrested, it may take more investigation to get to the bottom of the crime.
A recent Daily Mail story put Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his father in the crosshairs with the headline, "The man who hated Britain."
In a country where the Catholic Church and the state are joined at the hip, Ireland would seem barren ground for an atheist movement. But Atheist Ireland is building momentum.
GlobalPost religion correspondent Michael Goldfarb travels to Miletus, Turkey, to look at the original intersection of faith and reason.
Tottenham Hotspur fans say they affectionately call themselves "Yids" but critics want to banish the term from the league.
Part One: Is the American Jewish community fraying amid the rise of Orthodoxy and greater polarization over the future of Israel?
Part Two: Though officially a Jewish state, Israel's religious identity is not so simple.
Part Three: The Jewish population remains small in most of post-Holocaust Europe, but times have changed.
After British Parliament withheld support for joining a military intervention against Assad, many Muslims are skeptical too.