Glasgow International Comedy Festival
+ Raheil Ahmad Bad Muslim
Being Muslim in society today is hard. Especially when it comes to juggling your Scottish identity, being a carer for family, and the cultural and social expectations loaded onto you as a young man.
Raheil Ahmad muses over his Muslim and Scottish identity.
He’s like haggis pakora… a deep fried man of many pieces.
Is there a God?
Why does he allow suffering?
Am I allowed to drink?
Why don’t Muslim’s eat pigs?
Is it possible to be an atheist and a Muslim?
What does it mean to be a liberal Muslim?
As seen on BBC Scotland’s The Comedy Underground.