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Identity: Young Muslims speak

Who speaks for young British Muslims? This is the question the BBC News website put to eight young Muslims living in cities and towns across the UK.

We asked whether they felt they were being accurately represented by Muslim organisations, what they felt about media coverage of their religion and how it feels to live as a young Muslim in the UK today.


Amran Majid
Amran Majid:
Birmingham

N Gakenyi
N Gakenyi:
Leeds

Sima:
London

Arfan:
Oldham
Saima Hani
Saima Hanif:
London

Shahban Aziz
Shahban Aziz:
Manchester

Shahed Alam:
Oldham

Mediehah Bashir:
Glasgow

The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider public opinion.

In a special week of features about Islam in Britain and Europe, the BBC News website is focusing on voices who have something to say - but may not always get heard. Join the debate with the forms on each of the stories during the week.



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