Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB) was formed to break the taboo that comes with leaving Islam, highlight the plight of and support ex-Muslims, and challenge Sharia, apostasy and blasphemy laws. CEMB stands against all…
The hijab: “preventing common impositions” was published in Workers Liberty Solidarity in defence of banning child veiling on 27 November 2019. Maryam Namazie is an activist with the Council of Ex-Muslims and other secularist groups.…
See video footage of a discussion on apostasy from Islam, blasphemy and free expression with the brilliant Sarah Haider and Shabana Rehman in Oslo at an event organised by Ateistene and Human-Etisk Forbund Norway.
Maryam and the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain were featured in a 2016 film by Deeyah Khan called Islam’s Non-Believers. She was also a character in DV8 Physical Theatre’s Can We Talk About This?, which deals with freedom of speech, censorship and Islam.
On 23 November, from 18:00-20:00 hours Central European Standard Time (17:00-19:00 UK time), there is a webinar organised by the Italian feminist
On 23 November, from 18:00-20:00 hours Central European Standard Time (17:00-19:00 UK time), there is a webinar organised by the Italian feminist magazine, Marea entitled: “Where there is no criticism of #religions, there is no freedom – #Secular thought as an antidote to #fundamentalism.”
Speakers are: Giuliana Sgrena, Marieme Helie Lucas, Maryam Namazie, Monica Lanfranco,Nina Sankari. Translator will be Paolo Bonvicini. In Italian and English.