Tharik was on a panel of Muslim Travel experts exploring the emerging market of Muslim or Halal tracvel at this year's Muslim Lifestyle Show in Olympia, London. He also took questions on his own work as a Travel Writer, Journalist and Broadcaster.
The challenges faced by Muslims across the globe in presenting and preserving their heritage in the face of continued media misrepresentation were amongst the topics discussed by Tharik as he also recalled the obstacles he faced during the recording of his recent radio documentary in America in search of the nation's forgotten Muslim past.
In this article, the launch of Britain's first ever Muslim heritage Trails is covered by the Times newspaper. The trails were created by Tharik and unveiled by Chairman of Historic England Sir Laurie Magnus.
Tharik is interviewed by South African Radio Islam about his work on the Muslim heritage of Britain's first purpose built mosque, the Shahjahan Mosque in Woking, Surrey. Later turned into a written article (linked).
In this blogpost, Ohio based Rabbi, Jessica K Schimberg, explains how she was moved to write this post after hearing about the 'patience, faith and awakening...' of Muslims in President Trump's America - Tharik's latest radio documentary.
Tharik explains what it's liking winning an award for his debut radio documentary for the BBC World Service as well as what inspired him to start writing about his travels on the sofa of Islam Channel's Living the Life.