Vice.com, Checking in with Saffiyah Khan, the Woman Who Faced Down the EDL
BBC News, EDL Birmingham protest photo woman 'surprised' by viral reaction
Birmingham Mail, Behind the scenes at Birmingham Central Mosque's British Tea Party on the day one powerful photo went viral
Wednesday, 5 April 2017
Athar Ahmad, BBC News, The women who sleep with a stranger to save their marriage, 5 Apr 2017 "A number of online services are charging "divorced" Muslim women thousands of pounds to take part in "halala" Islamic marriages, a BBC investigation has found. Women pay to marry, have sex with and then divorce a stranger, so they can get back with their first husbands."
Monday, 3 April 2017
Mirror, Jailed terrorists to be held in 'Jihadi unit' to stop inmates being radicalised "High-security HMP Frankland in Durham will be our first prison to isolate Islamist terrorists from other criminals."
BFI, Watch Moslems in Britain - Places online From 1964: "Visit the places important to London's Muslim community - both those born in the city and those newly arrived - in this informative short documentary, sponsored by the Foreign Office and the Central Office of Information. The film offers the Arabic-speaking viewer information and reassurance about where they can find community and resources. Among the locations visited are the Islamic Cultural Centre in Regent's Park, the Shah Jehan Mosque in Woking, and the British Museum's oriental room, for a glimpse at its collection of rare copies of the Qur'an."