ex-muslim, islam, universe, science, free speech, apostasy

The Token Ex-Muslim

May 22, 2017 Sara Al Iraqiya 1

“There are times when silence becomes an accomplice to injustice.” – Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Infidel Taking the Plunge and Living Authentically  I consider myself a lucky ex-Muslim. When I came out to my family about my apostasy, I did not face


Q&A on Ex-Muslim Experiences – Session 1, Yasmeen

May 18, 2017 Scott Jacobsen 0

I asked the Maryam Namazie, who is a key figure of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, about starting an educational series on the experiences of ex-Muslims, which will be having an event entitled “International Conference on Freedom of Conscience and Expression in the 21st Century,” on 22-24 July 2017 in Central London. She liked the idea, and recommended some people. The following sessions are the stories, the personal narratives, of ex-Muslims in general. Yasmeen is the first profile. Here is her story as an ex-Muslim in America.

women, islam, feminism, feminist

Sorry, Islam Is Not a Feminist Religion

May 16, 2017 Tom Adamson 11

Every now and then, a story pops up regarding Islam and feminism. Abrahamic religion and women’s rights have always been uneasy bedfellows. The books are not exactly conducive to a feminist spin.  There are lines here and there, but broadly