Across Britain, Muslims are caught up in a battle over the very nature of their faith; and extremists appear to be gaining the upper hand. Join Sara Khan and Tony McMahon in conversation as they reveal why this is happening and what we, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, can do about it.
Waterstones Birmingham, 20 January 18:30 – see the Waterstones website for more info
Blackwell’s at the University of Bradford, 25 January 18:30 – see Eventbrite for more info
Sara Khan has spent the past decade campaigning for tolerance and equal rights within Muslim communities, and is now engaged in a new struggle for justice and understanding the urgent need to counter Islamist-inspired extremism.
Unafraid to tackle some of the pressing issues of our time, Sara Khan addresses the question of how to break the cycle of extremism without alienating British Muslims. She calls for all Britons to reject divisive ideologies and introduces us to those individuals who are striving to build a safer future.
‘This is an important book full of compelling, disturbing and inspirational material, required reading to understand what is happening in our midst and what we can do about it.’ Sunday Times
Listen to Sara Khan on BBC Radio 4, Start the Week as she discusses what Islam means in the modern world.