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Tasnim Nazeer


Tasnim Nazeer is an award-winning journalist, author, and Universal Peace Federation Ambassador. She has written for Al Jazeera, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, Middle East Eye, CNN, BBC, and others.

France’s decision to ban Muslim girls from wearing abayas in state schools has ignited widespread condemnation from human rights organisations and Muslims globally. The New Arab interviewed three Muslim women in France who have been impacted.

08 September, 2023

Book Club: Food blogger and author Anisa Koralia's debut book 'The Ramadan Cookbook' is a marvel of culinary delight with over 80 authentic recipes to try during the month of Ramadan.

22 March, 2023

As the cost of living spikes at its highest-ever peak and the UK is seeing the worst level of inflation in 30 years, a charity has found that ethnically diverse women are being disproportionately affected by the crisis.

15 November, 2022

The New Arab speaks to both Hindu and Muslim communities in Leicester affected by the incidents of unrest within the community.

23 September, 2022

Findings from a report published by women's rights organisation Equality Now have found that women in MENA remain exposed to human rights violations due to archaic nationality laws, which continue to preserve women's precarious status in society.

08 September, 2022

People of colour speak to The New Arab to discuss how they felt about the prime ministerial Conservative candidates who had contested in this month’s race for PM.

22 July, 2022

The New Arab speaks to British Muslims from across the UK who are facing challenges with Saudi Arabia’s new booking system for Hajj and many who feel their hopes of performing the obligatory pilgrimage have now been dashed.

29 June, 2022

As the cost of living spikes at its highest ever peak and the UK is seeing the worst level of inflation in 30 years, there are many Muslim families who are struggling more than ever.  

09 June, 2022

A study published by the American Journal of Transplantation reveals how surgeons in China reportedly executed prisoners for their organs. Uyghur Muslims share their fearful memories of having their bodies checked as potentials whilst in detention.

03 May, 2022

The New Arab speaks to two Uyghur Muslims in the UK who are preserving their culture and identity through traditional music and food at a time when China wants to erase it.

20 April, 2022