Shaheer Choudhury

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.
466 Articles

Pakistan’s Generals: Defenders or Traitors?

22 Min Read

Praetorianism is in full swing as the Pakistani army top brass continue to crush PTI leaders, workers, and supporters, even threatening expats worldwide.

Swiss court declares Professor Tariq Ramadan innocent

6 Min Read

Professor Tariq Ramadan has been cleared of rape and sexual assault accusations after five years of legal wrangling and countless smear campaigns.

Turkish election results for 1444 | 2023 and what is likely to come

5 Min Read

Yesterday's parliamentary and presidential elections in Turkey have been the closest in twenty years; has there been a clear winner, and what happens next?

Millwall Academy head allegedly shared Islamophobic comments

5 Min Read

The Head of Youth Recruitment at Millwall Academy allegedly shared discriminatory comments on Twitter; is this reflective of a wider culture problem at the club?

Ongoing violence within Sudan and what we should do about it

6 Min Read

Deadly infighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces edges closer to two weeks with no end in sight; what is happening and how can we help?

Civil society groups decry anti-Muslim targeting by UK government

10 Min Read

Following the release of the Bloom Review, Islam21c joins the Ayaan Institute in hitting back against the government's targeting of British Muslims.

69 Hindus acquitted of Muslim murders during Gujarat genocide

4 Min Read

Justice is yet to be served after the latest Indian court ruling acquitted 69 Hindus, including a BJP politician, of the murders of 11 Muslims during the 2002 Gujarat genocide.

Man City first Premier League club to hold Friday prayers

5 Min Read

Manchester City have become the first ever top flight English football club to hold Jumu'ah (Friday) prayers at their training facility.

Disabled Muslim wins hearing against Amnesty in Navalny case

7 Min Read

Aisha Jung, who was sacked from Amnesty International in May 2022 after 17 years' service, has won a hearing confirming her disability status.

Netanyahu under pressure as protests rock Zionist state

3 Min Read

The Zionist leader is feeling the heat after hundreds of thousands have protested against his far-right power grab tactics against the judiciary.