I’m proud to be British and I’m proud to be Muslim – and I don’t see them as conflicting in any way.”
Indeed. Kudos to this woman for acknowledging that in a secular society such as yours, there is a prelevance of 'both and' and not 'either or'. I say, good for her. She's breaking stereotypes and is proud of her identity, and serves as a stellar example of a woman of faith in a modern society.
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