Hyphenated: Episode 4
Hyphen journalists and guests discuss the impact of the UK’s new anti-protest laws on British Muslims — plus an in-depth look at a major new study on digital Islam
In our latest episode, Hyphen commissioning editor Samir Jeraj and freelance journalist Arub Syed discuss the UK’s new anti-protest laws, and whether the banning of hoodies in a British town centre could pose a problem for some Muslim women.
Plus: Gary Bunt, Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, joins host Reya El-Salahi to discuss his new project examining how online spaces are influencing the ways in which British Muslims view themselves.
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