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July, 2018

  • 21 July

    Muslims Like Us or Muslims Not Like Us?

    If you’re anything like me you might have switched off the telly after watching the BBC’s latest Islamophilic-offering ‘Muslims Like Us’, in the midst of some serious epistemological doubts. Don’t panic you’re not a...

April, 2018

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December, 2017

  • 24 December

    Law and British Muslims: Domination of the Majority or Process of Balance?

    This volume broaches the subject of neutrality and the law with the specific experience and expectations of Muslims in the UK.  Having discussed the various theoretical critiques of law as objective and universal, it proceeds to draw on Muslim voices from across the UK in order to propose the grounds ...

  • 24 December

    Book: American Exceptionalism, Eurocentrism and Otherisation of Muslim

    Professor Saied Reza Ameli’s scholarly book on “American Exceptionalism, Eurocentrism and Otherisation of Muslim” is an important examination of contemporary debates related to questions of Western oppression and liberation movements...

  • 19 December

    A Muslim & a Christian Take a Muslim Roadshow to Fight Islamophobia

    They’re not the sort of couple one is likely to encounter in many parts of the country: a hijab-wearing Muslim woman with a Harvard law degree and a white Lutheran pastor...

  • 15 December

    Labour Muslim Network Launched in UK

    The Labour Muslim Network describes itself as an inclusive organisation which seeks to support British Muslims’ engagement in the political process and with the Labour Party, based on shared values of social justice and equality. Jeremy Corbyn helped to officially launch the Labour Muslim Network in Committee Room 11 at ...

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