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London Terror Attack On Muslim Family: Navigating Islamophobia In The West

An exclusive IGLIVE episode with journalists @fatimacsayed @zainabrights and guests @mohamedhammoud__unfltrd and @yourmuslimbrother on the London Terror Attack and thoughts navigating this crisis specifically when it comes to journalism and the demonization of Muslims in the media.


Hammoud has an extensive background in covering Islamophobia and speaking about it on TedX platforms as well as on his podcast ‘UNFLTRD’. As a resident of London, Ontario himself, he will be speaking to us about his community and how he is personally navigating this crisis given the backdrop of Islamophobia and hate in Canada.

Khamissa will speak on policy and the way forward in challenging Islamophobia as manager of community engagement at @nccm_community

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  • Zainab Rights

    Zainab Rights is a Muslim American Journalist and Editor in Chief at TMJ News Network. She holds a double degree in Political Science and Homeland Security and a Masters in Journalism from Harvard University. She has over 12 years of experience in political commentary, writing and video production.

  • Fatima El-Zein

    Fatima El-Zein is Lead Producer at TMJ News where she aims to bring more awareness about her community through storytelling. El-Zein grew up in Toronto, where she completed her undergraduate degree in Journalism at the University of Toronto and also received a diploma in Journalism from Centennial College. She has worked extensively for CBC News before moving to the United States.

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