Hyphenated: Episode 33
Our panel discuss the UK’s abstention on the UN Gaza ceasefire vote and the policing of pro-Palestine protests. Plus Aisha Rimi reports on the Muslim community group bridging the digital divide
This week, Hyphen reporter Aisha Rimi, author and Runnymede Trust co-CEO Dr Shabna Begum and political stand-up comedian Harun Musho’d discuss the United Kingdom’s decision to abstain on the UN Gaza ceasefire vote and concerns about the policing of pro-Palestine protests stifling freedom of speech. Our panel also mull over changes to UK visa rules and reflect on whether Taylor Swift is a worthy recipient of Time Magazine’s person of the year award.
Host Reya El-Salahi speaks to the chief executive of Amal, Catherine Roe, about the imminent closure of the charity she founded to help shift the dominant negative narrative around Muslims in the UK by growing opportunities for British Muslims to unleash their creative potential.
Plus, Aisha Rimi travels to Leeds to meet the Muslim community group bridging the digital divide.
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