Articles by Sameer Rahim
Sameer Rahim / April 23, 2015
(Hurst, £15.99) Why are some British Muslims tempted by political violence? Anyone curious should consult Raffaello Pantucci’s sober, informative and nuanced “We Love Death As You Love...
Michael Wynne's verbatim play asks some penetrating questions about the health service
The author acknowledged the extent of his complicity with the Nazis before his death
Sameer Rahim / April 8, 2015
The Director of the British Museum steps down after 13 years of skilful cultural diplomacy
A new play about the scientist who built the Bomb shows how he sacrificed his conscience to win the war
The Thick of It, Peep Show and Four Lions writer talks about his comic novel set in war-torn Bosnia
Sameer Rahim / March 26, 2015
(Allen Lane, £17.99) Jennifer Jacquet wants to bring back shame as a moral tool. An environmentalist at New York University, Jacquet argues that as well as feeling guilty about using fossil fuels...
Sameer Rahim / March 24, 2015
His novel Family Life is closely based on a real-life traumatic childhood experience
Sameer Rahim / March 20, 2015
No evidence has been found of a city-wide jihadist plot in Birmingham schools—but isolationism needs addressing