Pride is an important, welcoming place for LGBT people of Muslim heritage, including liberal Muslims and ex-Muslims. Amrou Al-Kadhi’s article in The Guardian paints a bleak picture of London…
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen (Interviewer) and Stephanie Wimmers (Translator) Scott Douglas Jacobsen: Mina, what is your family background regarding religion, geography, culture, language, and education? Mina…
An exclusive, extended interview with atheist and blogger, Arifur Rahman, by Scott Douglas Jacobsen on the various aspects of atheism, Islam, and culture.
Founder of the Council of Ex-Muslims of France, Waleed Al-Husseini, on the oppressed and terrible condition of ex-Muslims in France and in Muslim countries.
Criticism of Islamic homophobia must not be forced out of LGBT+ spaces. it’s time for Ex-Muslims to be heard.
Waleed Al-Husseini founded the Council of Ex-Muslims of France. He escaped the Palestinian Authority after torture and imprisonment in Palestine to Jordan and then France. He is an ex-Muslim and atheist. In this educational series, we will talk about ex-Muslims in France.
Zee is a DJ / musician living in the UK. An Ex-Muslim born in Abu Dhabi, UAE, he went to an Islamic School there before reaching…
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.
Armin Navabi is the Founder of the Atheist Republic. He was born in Tehran and raised as a Muslim. Now, he is an ex-Muslim and an atheist living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Here is his story.