Dr Sadek Hamid is an academic who has written widely about British Muslims. He is the author of 'Sufis, Salafis and Islamists: The Contested Ground of British Islamic Activism'.
Book Club: Abdullah Anas and Tam Hussein's To the Mountains: My Life in Jihad, from Algeria to Afghanistan is a valuable resource in understanding the genesis of jihadism.
Book Club: My Brother, Muhammad Ali, takes readers behind the scenes of his early childhood, extraordinary fighting career and post boxing life.
Comment: Successive generations of migrants have made invaluable contributions to UK society, and continue to do so today, writes Sadek Hamid.
Comment: There's a risk that racist pseudoscience could be used to rationalise policies against minorities in the UK, writes Sadek Hamid.
Book Club: Dr Sadek Hamid speaks to Professor Akbar Ahmed, author of more than a dozen award-winning books, including the celebrated Discovering Islam: Making Sense of Muslim History and Society.
Book Club: Lauren Booth's memoir is a captivating description of her path to Islam, and the public and private challenges she faced along the way, writes Sadek Hamid.
Comment: A toxic mix of right-wing politicians, harmful media coverage and widespread inequality is fuelling Islamophobia in Britain and beyond, writes Sadek Hamid.
Comment: Piers Morgan should not be allowed to shut down a painful but necessary conversation about Britain's colonial legacy, writes Sadek Hamid.
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Book Club: Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari's memoir offers a reflection of British Muslim engagement at the highest levels of British public life and should be widely read, writes Sadek Hamid.