Despite numbering near to two billion people across virtually every culture on the planet, the media often paints a picture of Muslims all being one of the same. This project is an attempt to bridge gaps of understanding, particularly aimed at those who may not have the opportunity or may be reluctant to strike up a conversation with a Muslim stranger, through sharing the stories and experiences of Muslims in London and beyond. I believe if we take the time to listen, we often find that we have far more in common than the media would have us believe.
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Documenting the Diverse Stories of Muslims Throughout the UK – Vice – February 2018
Caribbean photographer and Christian to Islam convert.
Images from a trip to the central Asian, Muslim majority country Kyrgyzstan.
British-born Turkish Cypriot running Dalston’s Masjid Ramadan Mosque.
Muslim-born British-Ghanian married to British revert.
British-born Nigerian Muslim author and historian.
A Muslim women’s sporting organisation attended a football game.
Nigerian born student studying accounting and financing at LSE.
Openly gay South-Asian-Scot living in London.
Young Syrian claiming asylum in the UK as a refugee.