Hussein Kesvani is a journalist. He is the UK and Europe editor of MEL Magazine and his work focuses on technology, subcultures, and identity. In 2019, his first book, "Follow Me, Akhi: The Online World of British Muslims," was published. Kesvani is the co-host of the podcast "No Country For Brown Men."
We're joined this week by Hussein Kesvani, staff writer at MEL magazine and author of the book Follow Me Akhi: The Online World of British Muslims. In a special holiday themed episode, Hussein helps us give advice to a man whose deep loathing of Christmas is a source of tension in his relationship. Hussein at MELOn TwitterFollow Me AkhiHey Man, I’m 40 years old and married to a wonderful woman. We’re compatible in many ways, but completely disagree about Christmas. I’m an atheist and she, while not being religious, loves Christmas. She came from a big Christian family and wants to carry on all of those traditions. Christmas music is playing after Thanksgiving, there are decorations, a tree, cookies, ugly sweaters, tons of cheap presents, holiday parties, traditions with old friends, the whole thing. I hate it. I hate the materialism and consumerism of it, I look at our country and see how it’s run by Christians and resent the influence they have over all of us. I want out! I also see how much it hurts my wife that I’m such a bad sport but I viscerally feel this. I wish we could be married for 11 months out of the year and I could just hibernate in December. What do I do?Signed, Grinch in Greenwich Village★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Hussein Kesvani from the Trash Future podcast is dragged off vacation and forced to explain the UK election against his will. Like and subscribe! FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @PodDamnAmerica @FeralJokes @PtakJokes @AndersLeeHere @TrashFuturePod @HKesvani Support the show + bonus episodes @ patreon.com/poddamnamerica
In this up-close episode of the Blood Brothers podcast, Dilly and Aki Hussain catch up with journalist and author Hussein Kesvani. #BloodBrothers #BloodBrothersPodcast #HusseinKesvani Hussein explains the challenges of pursuing a career in journalism, and his different encounters with Muslims which inspired him to write his book, 'Follow Me, Akhi'. Hussein also describes the crisis in faith he experienced in his late teens that briefly led to him becoming an atheist. Topics of discussion also include Muslim journalists seeking careers in the mainstream and non-Muslim media, the UK's countering-violent extremism (CVE) apparatus, and deciding to withdraw from the Bradford Literature Festival in July this year. Buy 'Follow Me, Akhi' via: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Follow-Me-Ak... OR https://www.hurstpublishers.com/book/... Please support us: Patreon.com/themadmamluks or via PayPal themadmamluks.com/donate Support our sponsors! ============== www.halfourdeen.com Half our Deen is the private Muslim Matrimonial website. www.MyWassiyah.com Receive an exclusive discount by using the link below to sign up with MyWassiyah.com http://6mywassiyah.refr.cc/themadmamluks ============== E-mail us your feedback and questions at: info@themadmamluks.com Follow us on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @TheMadMamluks Follow SIM on Twitter: @ImranMuneerTMM
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Location
City of London, England, United Kingdom
Episode Count
20
Podcast Count
10
Total Airtime
18 hours, 1 minute
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