In fact, this piece is a detailed exploration of what it means to be a British Muslim as well as a sincere applauding of Nadiya and what she has achieved in terms of breaking stereotypes.
For example, what a different story this extract tells:
By winning the show with such grace, humour and dignity, Nadiya has done more to further the cause of Asian women - and men - than countless government policies, think-tanks, initiatives and councils put together have achieved in the past half-century.
This couldn’t be more timely because intolerance and suspicion of Muslims is rising as British-born Jihadis plot atrocities against the country they call home.
We all owe Nadiya a debt of gratitude, not just for entertaining us with her pastries and sponges, but for teaching us what it is to be British in 2015.
So, what lesson can be learned from this?
Context is key... even in the pages of the Daily Mail.