Prominent but “controversial” British Muslim figures feature in documentary on extremism

Dr Salman Butt (editor-in-chief of Islam21c), Hamza Tzortzis (CEO of IERA) and Dr Haitham al-Haddad (Islamic Shariah Council) feature in a documentary film entitled Unspeakable, which explores the notion of “extremism” after they were named in a Home Office press release last year as individuals who held “views contrary to British values”.

The documentary will be shown at the Sheffield Documentary Festival next month.

This video has been cross-posted from Kate Stonehill’s Vimeo channel.

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