The recent release of an online collection of songs by female Muslim rappers and poets form the US, UK and Europe has provoked debate about the role – and rights – of Muslim women in British society.

The album, Sisterhood, was produced by Norwegian artist Deeyah, also known as “the Muslim Madonna”, who is now lives in the US under 24 hour protection. Deeyah received death threats after the video for her single “Plan of My Own” featured the singer showing her back and dancing seductively with a man.

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