The missing piece in the story of Climate Change

In an age of increasing environmental concern, what can we do in order to preserve the earth? Animal agriculture; the real story. Animal agriculture is slowly but surely coming to the fore in discussions about climate change and in my opinion, is the most dangerous industry in the worlds. Between 18% to as high as…

The Partition: 70 years later

Dear readers, I know it has been a month since I last uploaded but I have got new found inspiration and time and hopefully I am now back into the swing of things! This week I wanted to talk about the partition in a factual manner. However this is only a whistlestop tour of this…

Liebster Award

Dear Readers, I was nominated for the Liebster Award by the wonderful Natalie over at https://gorgeousandgeeky.wordpress.com/ ! It is long overdue and as I am in the Yorkshire Moors for the next five days, I thought I could do a get to know me to make up for my lack of blogging thus far and beyond….

Filling in the gaps of philosophy

Dear readers, Often when people think of the history of Philosophy their mind wanders to Grecian Philosophers such as Aristotle, Socrates and Plato and for more recent philosophers we cast our minds to Averroes, Rousseau and Diderot and Maimonides. However, this warped view of philosophy completely disregards arguably the most important period of philosophy. After…

Being British Muslim

Dear readers, As a brown Muslim girl, my experience of the world is one of fear and sadness but determination. Although I live in one of the most diverse cities in Great Britain, means that I have a relatively sheltered life (and I could not even begin to imagine the hardship of those who have…

Reflections of chaos.

Dear readers, In my final General Election blog I wanted to write about my reflections on the outcome and my predictions for the future of the government. My plans for 8th June was to stay up until 10:00pm, go to sleep and wake up to a landslide Conservative majority. I had already resigned to this…

An election like no other

Dear Readers, With less than a week to go until the general election, I think it is safe to say that no one could have predicted the swings and roundabouts thrown our way during this election campaign. Certainly throughout this time as the mood and narrative of the campaigns developed so has the possibilities of…

In the beginning: A poem

In the beginning In the beginning there was light. Not darkness. 14 billion years of emotion. 80 years. A blink. Less than a blink. Suffering isn’t infinite but feels so constant. Love fills our hearts until they want to burst. The only thing certain. Life exists. Whatever lies ahead, the present moment persists. Throughout history,…

Aspects of Pressure: A Poem

Dear Readers, This poetry blog is more related to society than politics per se but I still felt it was important to upload. This is most definitely the most personal post I have uploaded, but if all of my posts were the same then I fell people would lose interest quite quickly. The poem I…

One nation party or one party nation?

Dear Readers, I realise that it was only last week I made a post related to the upcoming UK General Election however there were so many other things I wanted to say in relation to the election and this article undertakes the task of explaining the dangers that will come from the UK snap general…

The least we can do is vote

Dear Readers, With the UK snap general election just around the corner, there has been hard campaigning from the parties and frantic registering to vote from the population of UK. However even if you cannot vote because you are too young there is still a huge number of ways in which you can support the…

The Story of South Sudan: A Poem

Dear Readers, A few years ago the HART organisation ran a creative writing competition surrounding different human rights crises across the world. I delved into the poetry section as writing poetry is something I have always done and loved. One of the topics which particularly caught my interest what South Sudan. I am ashamed to…