About Lauren Booth:
|I’d like this space to reflect the kind of work I do as well as giving you an idea about who I am. I live by the mantra that all it takes for evil to thrive is that good men sit on the sofa whingeing about speed cameras. So I’ve linked to some great protest organisations and charities that need your support – why not take a look? Meanwhile, If you consider Iraqi civilians ‘collataral damage’ or that global warming is a faster way to get a tan, please feel free to google ‘Richard Littlejohn’. To everyone else, peace, and thanks for your visit.
Lauren is a broadcaster and journalist, outspoken on issues as diverse as childhood vaccinations and the war in Iraq. She has presented shows for television and radio and regularly guests on programmes across themedia. She has regular columns in the Mail on Sunday and writes features for the Sunday Times and Femail.
As a journalist, Lauren has written for the New Statesman, the Mail on Sunday, the Sunday Times and the Daily Mail. She is a vocal opponent of the Iraq War and a supporter of the Stop the War Coalition; a member of Woodcraft Folk, Media Workers Against the War and the National Union of Journalists. She has been a panellist on the BBC’s Have I Got News For You, and a broadcaster on radio and television. She writes columns and features, mainly for the Mail on Sunday.
In both 2005 and 2006 Lauren travelled to the West Bank where she has interviewed Mahmoud Abbas. She gave two speeches on the condition of those living in the West Bank and Gaza, for the Royal Geographical Society and Arab Media Watch. In 2006 she was a contestant on the ITV reality show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, donating the money she raised to Interpal. Lauren currently presents ‘Remember Palestine’ and ‘Diaspora’ on Press TV. Alongside working with Faith Matters on a project relating to women and the hijab in the UK.
Talk by Lauren Booth about her journey to Islam and Palestine
My Journey to Islam and Palestine – Lauren Booth
Short History of Israeli Genocide in Gaza
Lauren Booth blog
Lauren Booth site:
A Road To Mecca – The Journey of Muhammad Asad
A Road To Mecca – The Journey of Muhammad Asad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfZjarfKigA
THE ROAD TO MAKKAH
by Muhammad Asad
WHY WHITE WOMEN BECOME MUSLIM. ISLAM OPPRESSIVE TO WOMEN?