Hey, Hamza here!
I'm a British Palestinian, currently studying International Politics at City University, London. I am very passionate about politics (obviously!) and aspire to be a political journalist.
Also football mad and life long Liverpool supporter!
Always up for a chat, get in touch through;
Facebook: Hamza Ali Shah
Some of my other work can be found on https://tremr.com/Hamza-a300
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