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As Head of Editorial at Islam21c, Shaheer is a regular contributor who has an unwavering passion and commitment for staying on the pulse in regards to global geopolitical and general current affairs, whilst paying close attention to the changing world conditions of Muslim populations.
Prior to joining Islam21c, he developed a number of years' experience in the health and social care sector, and previously worked as a caseworker at HHUGS. He has also volunteered at the Muslim Youth Helpline.
Shaheer holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management from Kingston University.
Ali’s fellow England international players, including Ben Duckett, Jofra Archer, and Saqib Mahmood, all tweeted in defence of the all-rounder Ali, arguing that Nasreen’s comment was wholly inappropriate and a “disgusting tweet.”
“In it, the government cannot even bring itself to acknowledge or show any empathy for the incidence of racism in the UK ... Frankly, by denying the evidence of institutional racism … I think they’ve insulted every ethnic minority in this country – the very people who continue to experience racism on a daily basis.”
In June 2016 the British government initiated a project codenamed Project Hunter that in part aimed to export the toxic and failing Prevent programme across the world. Specifically, the project aimed to introduce the programme into China, allegedly so that Chinese Community Party (CCP) leaders could experiment and implement it on the Uyghur people of East Turkestan.
Turkey has continued to provide vital assistance to its fellow Muslim brethren after a second deadly fire broke out at the Kutupalong refugee camp in the Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh on Friday morning.
A Muslim London-based non-profit organisation that strives to produce and nurture Muslim athletes in the UK, has successfully gathered over seventy British professional football clubs to collectively celebrate and learn more about the upcoming month of Ramadan.
The 26th of March marked the 50th anniversary of the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan, but the jubilant mood felt by Bangladeshis was short-lived as protests erupted concerning the two-day state visit of neighbouring India’s leader, Narendra Modi.