Muslim chaplains tend to prisoners of all religions

Posted: July 1, 2022 in Uncategorized

For the launch of Hyphen, a new online magazine covering news and stories for Muslims across Europe, I interviewed the head of the Muslim Chaplains Association about the work of chaplaincy in UK prisons.

“When you walk into that prison, every single day is different. You don’t know what to expect. Some days are more difficult than others.” Alamgeer Choudhury’s journey as a prison chaplain started 20 years ago, when he was finishing theological training to become an imam. By deciding to work with inmates, he was following directly in his father’s footsteps. 

Read the full article here.

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