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Face to Face: Muslim Integration

ʿAbd Allāh Thomson dispels common myths about Muslims and so-called "integration".

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Finding our ‘tribe’ in a modern world

Finding our tribe in a modern world: Questions on belonging Growing up in London, I felt fairly proud that I knew the neighbour to our right. To this day though, I don’t know the name of the Italian chap to the left, but at least we exchange friendly nods! Nothing

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A lesson from the Musalmans of Colonial India

Dispelling myths of Muslim integration Part 2: A lesson in integration from the Musalmans of Colonial India Click here for part 1 In 1871, in post Mutiny colonial India, Sir William Wilson Hunter published a report explaining the “danger to British power” of the “persistently belligerent class”: the Muslims. “The

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Popular lies about Muslim integration

Dispelling myths of Muslim integration  Part 1: Popular lies about Muslim integration Click here for part 2 The call for Muslims to integrate is getting ever louder. After the sky being blue the next most commonly accepted fact these days is that Muslims are not integrated. Interestingly no less an authority

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When will we finally unite?

We live in such times where we are witnessing an extraordinary surge in Islamophobia, increasingly difficult government policy towards us, alongside the rise of the far right. These are challenges which mean nothing but trouble for us Muslims living in Britain. Throughout history we know that through our unity were

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Are we turning into ‘Me, Myself & I’ Muslims?

This phrase is very common and almost everyone understands the meaning behind it. And yet, funnily enough,  nobody would like to be associated with such a label even though most of us fall under this self-centred deception of Shayṭān as we focus on giving priorities to ourselves  and any object