Broadcaster: British Muslim TV
First Broadcast: 23th of November 2015 at 9pm
You’ll find British Muslims in practically every profession in this country, a significant change from just a generation ago. Is this a wholly positive development or are we having to compromise our faith identities too much in an effort to fit in? So Fareena will be asking our panel of experts whether we need to compromise our Islamic values to work in a non-Muslim environment?
Farrukh Younus has a background in mobile phone strategy and in delivering solutions based on new technology. Currently runs a video platform, Implausibleblog, delivering lifestyle content via social media.
Anjum Anwar is a teacher and the only Muslim staff member at Blackburn Cathedral. She is also the Chair of Woman’s Voice – a grass root organization which provides all women a safe platform to have difficult conversations.
Mohammad Amin, before retirement a chartered accountant and tax advisor. He was the first Muslim to become a partner in Price Waterhouse, or PwC which employs about 16,000 people including many Muslims and so has seen many diversity issues in his time.
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis is a writer, lecturer and instructor. He writes about the rational foundations of Islam and delivers lectures and courses on Islamic thought, internationally and at home in the UK.