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Research diary: 13 March 2017

Work has now begun editing the first films from our research participants.

I feel torn about 'Extremely British Muslims' – it's not perfect, but at least it's making an effort

At the Q&A with the producers, director and some of the participants, we were told how difficult it was to find Muslims who were willing to participate in the documentary. 202 more words

The Muslim Times

Extremely British Muslims fails to see where Islam ends, and culture begins

I wanted to like it, I really did.

But Channel 4’s Extremely British Muslims, which aired last night, unfortunately missed the mark when it came to showcasing the lives of everyday Muslims in the UK. 656 more words

Life & Stuff

Is Your Womb Yours? Whose Womb is it Anyway?

#TalesFromDeepMotherhood

Guest Blogger

This is a genuine question I’m posing, really. My womb story began when I was 8. I flew out to Somalia in term time with my 7 siblings in Autumn of 1982 for two reasons: my 17 year old sister was going into a forced marriage, and I was having FGM. 839 more words

British Muslims

Opportunity for filmmakers

It’s an exciting time on the British Values project! Our first set of film-makers have almost finished collecting their footage, and will shortly be entering the editing room to produce their own films. 108 more words

Muslim women visit Norwood House nursing home in Keighley

Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association with residents of Norwood House Nursing Home in Keighley

/ David Knights

MEMBERS of a Keighley women’s group took a message of peace and harmony to the Norwood House Nursing Home. 153 more words

The Muslim Times

Should Islam be 'more British'?

A short while ago, I happened to catch a TV debate on the programme Sunday Morning Live (SML) entitled: “Should Islam be more British?”

Initially, I was curious to see what was said and continued to watch. 684 more words

Opinion