Ten British Muslims with contrasting world views move in together. They discuss the results of a survey exploring British opinion about the Muslim community.
On the surface, Britain's 2.7 million Muslims are united in faith. But behind closed doors, in Muslim homes across the country, there is an ongoing debate about what and who best represents Islam. Get ten Muslims in a room and you are likely to get ten different opinions. Labels like Sunni, Shi'a, liberal, conservative and moderate fail to cover the breadth of perspective. Will the real British Muslim please stand up?
In the second episode of Muslims Like Us, ten Muslims who have volunteered to live together are presented with the results of a survey exploring British opinion about the Muslim community. They are joined by four non-Muslim Brits to explore British values. We see the dilemmas presented by race, faith and British history played out for real.
You are at the last episode
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Kieran Smith|
|Series Producer||Mobeen Azhar|
|Series Editor||Ollie Manley|
|Film Editor||Owen Thomas|
|Production Company||Love Productions|