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The Long View Quarterly Magazine Volume 2, Issue 3

June 2020 / Dhul Qa’dah 1441
£5.00

The latest issue of The Long View: Volume 2, Issue 3 - The Nation and the New World: The Need for Better Political and Emotional Spaces is available for pre-order.

This issue covers:

The rise of Hindutva and its global reach, especially in the UK. Amrit Wilson discusses this in From Nagpur to Nairobi to Neasden – Tracing Global Hindutva.

The shrinking of social media space for alternative media and dissident political voices. Roshan Salih discusses his experiences as editor of 5pillars in Muslims Need to Create their own Social Media Platforms.

The leadership challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis are discussed by Sadek Hamid in Is a Better World Possible? Muslims, Leadership and the Coronavirus Crisis.

The sectarianism that fuels division within the ummah is the subject of discussion by João Silva Jordão in The Underlying Myths that Fuel Divisions in Islam …and How we Can Demolish Them.

The issue can be read online for free, or a PDF downloaded from here.

The latest issue of The Long View: Volume 2, Issue 3 - The Nation and the New World: The Need for Better Political and Emotional Spaces is available for pre-order.

This issue covers:

The rise of Hindutva and its global reach, especially in the UK. Amrit Wilson discusses this in From Nagpur to Nairobi to Neasden – Tracing Global Hindutva.

The shrinking of social media space for alternative media and dissident political voices. Roshan Salih discusses his experiences as editor of 5pillars in Muslims Need to Create their own Social Media Platforms.

The leadership challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis are discussed by Sadek Hamid in Is a Better World Possible? Muslims, Leadership and the Coronavirus Crisis.

The sectarianism that fuels division within the ummah is the subject of discussion by João Silva Jordão in The Underlying Myths that Fuel Divisions in Islam …and How we Can Demolish Them.

The issue can be read online for free, or a PDF downloaded from here.