Book Club: Jonathan Chaplin's latest literary offering takes stock of public religious life in the UK and calls for an approach which maintains the integrity of minority faith groups within a democratic, plural and inclusive environment.
Book Club: Written through the lens of an Ottoman intellectual, Islam in Victorian Liverpool is not only an eyewitnesses account of how Britain's first mosque community came into being but brings into life their daily lives and religious practices.
Book Club: This new book examines how, despite a rising tide of political paranoia shaping the mainstream perception of British Muslims, the community is able to thrive in a system where their allegiance to the state is constantly questioned.
Book Club: Over the past few centuries, Islam's historic footprint in continental Europe has largely been shunned. However, Tharik Hussain's latest travel book traces how Islamic architecture, and its minarets, have stood the test of time.
Tracing the formation of the contemporary Middle East from its turbulent past, 'The Middle East Crisis Factory' is an invaluable text for readers wishing to understand why, from antiquity onwards, the Middle East matters.
Austria has, once again, legislated against its Muslim community, this time by publishing an exhaustive list of Muslim associations in the country. As right-wing and Islamophobic policies continue to be pursued, what lies ahead for Austria's Muslims?