The Online Lives of British Muslims
We spoke to Hussein Kesvani about his new book, 'Follow Me, Akhi: The Online World of British Muslims'.
What Happened When I Trolled an Alt Right Hero
Breitbart UK editor Raheem Kassam did not take kindly to my fun tweets.
What It's Like to Be an Atheist in Prison When Only God Forgives
Between chaplains offering guidance and the 12-step programs spiritual undertones, what happens when you want rehabilitation without needing to find God?
We Asked People to Review Us as Friends to Find Out How Awful We Are
"Your worst trait is that your honesty has no filter. It's funny sometimes, but I didn't like it when you called my face 'featureless'."
All the Shit You'll Have to Deal with This Ramadan
From Ramadan bros and wildly uninformed colleagues, to the pain of eating and your uncle's bad breath.
All the Shit You Have to Deal with Going to the Pub as a Muslim
From ordering pints of water to dealing with your cousin Abdul, it's all a bit of a chore.
Everything I've Learned While Working in My Family's Corner Shop
People <i>love</i> quoting Apu from <i>The Simpsons</i>.
Hussein Kesvani, Illustration: Chris Harward
More Needs to Be Done to Help Male Rape Survivors
At the beginning of this year, the British government pledged £500,000 to organisations helping survivors, but social workers and academics told me it's made little difference.
British Kids Are Still Being Subjected to Violent 'Exorcisms'
Eight-year-old Victoria Climbié was tortured and killed almost 15 years ago because her great-aunt believed she was possessed. Despite the introduction of new government policy following her death, little seems to have changed.
Why Are Banks Targeting British Muslim Organisations?
They claim the closing of bank accounts has nothing to do with "race or religion", but haven't said much else.