Islamoprop at the British Museum

Making Islam so tasty you can suck it with a straw:

“When they go to an exhibition like this and appreciate the benefits of the Islamic culture, it fosters tolerance.”

Exploring the influence of Muslim culture on the West

British Museum showcases historical East-West cultural exchange against “backdrop of contemporary Islamophobia.”

Left: A Portrait of Sultan Bayezid I, c. 1580. Right: The Prayer, oil on canvas, 1877, by American  painter Frederick Arthur Bridgman 1847–1928 [Courtesy: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia/British Museum]

Left: A Portrait of Sultan Bayezid I, c. 1580. Right: The Prayer, oil on canvas, 1877, by American painter Frederick Arthur Bridgman 1847–1928 [Courtesy: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia/British Museum]

A community kitchen supported by Meghan Markle, pictured preparing food there this week, is based in a mosque with links to terror suspects, it was alleged last night

Meghan cooks with women in the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London

Meghan cooks with women in the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London

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