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My Public Speech on the UK Government and Media’s Attack on Muslim Gender Segregation

Here is my response to the UK Government and media’s attack on Muslim gender segregation, and the intolerance of the Islamic practices of the Muslim minority of the UK. The title of the event was ‘Muslim Women’s Unified Response to the Attack of Gender Segregation’. The event was attended by a panel of female Muslim speakers, … Continue reading

TV Debate: Do Muslims Need Feminism?

Not long ago I was invited onto the Islam Channel to discuss ‘Feminism and Islam’, which really ended up discussing the question, Do Muslims need Feminism, or do they need Islam? The full video is now available to watch on YouTube. Please watch, and share widely. The discussion was televised live on the Islam Channel … Continue reading

‘Do Women Need Feminism?’ A brief review of the debate with Natalie Bennett (Green Party Leader) and Zara Faris (Muslim Researcher)

The Muslim Debate Initiative (MDI) event in London, ‘Do Women Need Feminism’, with Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett and myself, was great fun. Thank you to all the attendees (and supporters from afar). Natalie Bennett argued that men and women should have the full ability to develop their full potential, regardless of gender, and mentioned … Continue reading

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