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Prospect online this week: British Islam after Rushdie

By Tom Chatfield  

Hanif Kureishi: in the shadow on the fatwah

Following this month’s interview in the magazine between Kenan Malik and Hanif Kureishi, who discussed the impact of the Rushdie affair on British Islam in particular and British writing in general, we have a web-exclusive article from Anshuman A Mondal based on his recent book Young British Muslim Voices (Greenwood), in which he travelled around Britain talking to “ordinary” (that is, non-Islamist) British Muslims about their lives and faith. The conventional image of…

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