Where does organised religion end and morality begin?

by Huma Munshi “Is goodness without God good enough?” This was the question posed at a post-show debate I chaired at the Bush Theatre in London. It is the the relationship between morality and faith that is at the heart of the play, Perseverance Drive. This is a tale of modern times telling the story… Read More

As a Muslim woman, the kidnap in Nigeria has shaken my faith

by Huma Munshi  As a Muslim woman, I have some things in common with atheists. I wonder where God is when people are being murdered and brutalised. Where is God when the young girls in Nigeria were kidnapped? Where is he when young people all over the world are being abused? The vulnerable being exploited… Read More

Richard Dawkins- One Man’s Atheist is Another Man’s Bigot

‘This Week in Islamophobia‘ by Yasin Bangee Trigger warning. This short piece will cover Richard Dawkins and his views on sexual assaults, rape and other violence perpetuated against the vulnerable. I hate talking about Richard Dawkins. But every week he comes out with new levels of bigotry that I feel need some counter balance. The… Read More

A Conversation with a Kenyan Sex Worker

“When I sell my body for money I am shameless, but when they sell their country for cash they become MPs” by Samira Sawlani twitter-follow screen_name=’samirasawlani’] As I dial the number I think about the way the media portray sex workers. Those stereotypes which would lead to one expecting the voice which answers the phone… Read More