She Speaks We Hear

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7th November 2016
by aliyazehra
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A tribute to my uncles who were gunned down in the Nazimabad attacks

You never think it’s going to happen to you… until it does. Just over a week ago, I was in a queue with my four-year-old son. We were waiting for a train ride around the park near my parents’ house, when I … Continue reading

17th September 2016
by raehspeak
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‘Su-Shi’ and interfaith dialogue with Anne Dijk and Arjen Buitelaar

Deviating slightly from our usual posts, we wanted to share with our readers an interview between Anne Dijk, a female Sunni scholar based in the Netherlands and Arjen Buitelaar, a male Shia scholar also from the Netherlands. They were interviewed … Continue reading

19th August 2015
by She Speaks We Hear
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How can I prove myself to be more “British” to live up to Mr Cameron’s standards?

My Reactions to Cameron’s new counter Terrorism Speech by Robina Saeed @ROBtotheINA Ah Mr Cameron, where do I begin? I must admit I’ve never been his biggest fan. Under his leadership we saw austerity levels reach the highest they’ve ever … Continue reading