Whenever the word nationalism is brought up in conversation, the first person whose reaction is scrutinised is a Muslim.
The Senegalese culture of discretion, called 'sutura', inhibits survivors of sexual violence from publicly denouncing perpetrators.
In trying to make others comfortable around me, I hid myself and my culture because I thought it wouldn't be accepted.
An encounter with the social media hate factory over a poster of a tricoloured-hijab-wearing woman.
The series has won accolades for its honest and matter-of-fact portrayal of a practising Muslim.
What part of me would remain Muslim if I failed to comply with anything Islam asks for? What part of me would remain?