Best to Binge Watch: Father Ted
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Best to Binge Watch: Father Ted

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Timeless cult classic Father Ted is a quirky, kitschy ‘90s comedy (the brainchild of Graham Linehan who also created The IT Crowd) mixing the self-reflexive with absurdity, slap-stick, and digs at religious scandals and hypocrisies to create a truly original, stand-alone sitcom revived again and again by generations of comedy … Continue reading

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Dismantling Islamophobia: The Qur’an According to Muslims – CultNoise Project
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Dismantling Islamophobia: The Qur’an According to Muslims – CultNoise Project

After the Paris attacks, I came up with the idea to compile a collection of quotes and stories from Muslims and/or people who have studied the Qur’an to address and dismantle the onslaught of Islamophobia being directed an innocent Muslims and refugees who are being wrongly associated with terrorism. We got some great and really … Continue reading

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Does Religion Have a Place in School?
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Does Religion Have a Place in School?

Read my latest Cult Noise magazine opinion piece: “Does Religion Have a Place in School?” Extract: “One day, during an RMPS (Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies) lesson in secondary school, I started asking my teacher a few questions about Christianity. I was always confused by the mix of love/hate messages portrayed by the religion. The … Continue reading

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