By Bryony Stone
What does it mean to be a Muslim man in Britain today? It’s a question with not one answer but as many as there are male Muslim voices from North to South and all the villages, towns and cities in between. Photographer Mahtab Hussain began documenting the faces of working class Muslim men on the streets in Birmingham, where he grew up, back in 2008. Nine years on, the project has grown into a complex visual portrait of the British Muslim male experience in not only Birmingham, but Nottingham and London too.
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