My first recollection of Islam was with my family who are of a muslim background- you grow up in that environment and you acquire whatever you are being taught at that time. […]
I was born and raised in London but I’m from Greater Somalia. I identify as black when in the UK and the western world, however when I go abroad to neighbouring African […]
One day I was on a street at Cranves-Sale. It’s an area where there are mixed groups of people but sometimes there are only muslims. So I was at the bus stop […]
Mariam Ali: “Do You Really Fast?”: An Experience of Anti-Blackness From One Non-Hijabi Black Female Muslim Perspective.
This question was posed to me by a middle-aged Arab-Moroccan woman whose full identity I will not disclose. This is not due to the sheer abundance of my benevolence or an attempt […]
Bismillah. “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today” Malcolm X It has come to my awareness that the UK Muslim community is […]