Robin Yassin-Kassab


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I’ve contributed a short story to the latest issue of Critical Muslim, whose theme is Liberty. My copy has just arrived, and it looks very good – there’s Mustafa Akyol’s essay ‘Islam and Freedom’; Vinay Lal’s ‘A Very Short History of Liberty’; an essay on E.M. Forster’s politics; and plenty more. I’m glad to see that Ukraine is prominent. Russia’s invasion, and leftist and rightist responses to the invasion, is the subject of Naomi Foyle’s essay ‘Liberty, Hypocrisy, Neutrality,’ and there’s some great Ukrainian poetry, from Ihor Pavlyuk and Olexander Korotko. You can buy the issue from the publishers, Hurst, here, or from Amazon, etc.

You can also read my story in full on the CM website here.


Written by Robin Yassin-Kassab

June 29, 2022 at 11:37 am

Posted in Critical Muslim

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  1. ‘I did not really understand what I meant by Liberty, until I heard it called by the new name of Human Dignity.’

    GK Chesterton, Autobiography

    David Derrick

    June 29, 2022 at 12:06 pm

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