Voice of Islam: Drive Time Podcast | 13/07/2017

In this episode of Voice of Islam's Drive Time Podcast Raza Ahmad and Tahir Khalid speak with Arnesa Buljusmic-Kustura, Amra Mujkanovic of Remembering Srebrenica UK, Labour MP Kate Green and Co-Chair of The City Circle, Ben Walker, while exploring this year’s commemorations of the genocide which took place in Srebrenica, Bosnia in July 1995.

See Something Say Something: Lost In The Sauce - Part 2

In this episode of Buzzfeed's See Something Say Something podcast Ahmed Ali Akbar (@radbrowndads) talks with Arnesa Buljusmic-Kustura about drinking culture in Bosnian Muslim communities. They talk about that one uncle who would always let you try his beer, the double standard for men and women who drink, and Alcoholism and PTSD. Plus, all of the social pressure to drink or not drink as you get older.

Delete Your Account: Episode 45 - Shame and Trauma

In this episode of Delete Your Account, Kumars Salehi (@KumarsSalehi) is joined by writer and activist Arnesa Buljusmic-Kustura. They begin talking about Trump's bombing of a Syrian airfield and the media's predictable sycophancy. Arnesa discusses her personal experiences as a Bosnian war refugee and how those experiences inform her opposition to US military intervention in Syria.

Delete Your Account: Episode 40 - A Hell of a Week

In this episode of Delete Your Account Kumars Salehi is joined by writer and activist Arnesa Buljusmic-Kustura to discuss the newly-released Muslim Ban 2.0, and compare how organizers are responding now to how they responded to Trump's first executive order. We also talk about TrumpCare, including the implications for Medicaid, Planned Parenthood, and the redistribution of wealth from poor people to the rich.

Delete Your Account: Episode 22 - Islam in America

In this episode of Delete Your Account Roqayah Chamseddine (@roqchams) speaks with Arnessa Buljusmic-Kustura, a 27-year-old Muslim, Bosnian-American analyst, community organizer, and single mother, who went viral in 2015 after sharing her family’s experience with the US immigration process for refugees on Twitter.