The Muslim Problem: A convincing and cogent analysis of Islamic identity

Human rights activist Tawseef Khan’s new book is an examination of the challenges Muslims face in an often deeply hostile world

7th March, 2021
The Muslim Problem: A convincing and cogent analysis of Islamic identity
Muslims praying at Mecca in Saudi Arabia: Islam and its adherents face many prejudices in the modern world. Picture: Getty

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The Muslim Problem: Why We’re Wrong About Islam and Why It Matters

By Tawseef Khan

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