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|UK||mona luqman||London|| |
|International||abdul Rahman alnafoury||Syria|| |
I'm an ex-Muslim I'm atheist now
|UK||Raz Shah||London|| |
I am an ex Muslim and have been for many years. It would be nice to meet with others who are like me.
|UK||Abdi Ahmed||London|| |
I find Islam to be a satanic evil and uncomfortable religion and I want to find some ways of leaving the religion one day and I want to experience a free life style of no religion.
|UK||Simon Webster||Rugeley|| |
Please include a statement as to why you want to join and the significance of the organisation for you. Any background information would be useful.
I was brought up in a Christian environment, I attended Sunday school etc. However as I got older and through education, especially science I understood that there could be no God. The more I learnt the clearer this revelation became, it is clear that all religions are man made intended as a device to control and to me have no place in an intelligent society. It was easy for me to say to family and friends I am an atheist, I had little in the way of rebuke and certainly no death threats. I'm appalled, shocked and saddened that ex Muslims cannot so easily take this same route without actual fear for their lives. we need to do more to help everyone who chooses to live without oppression of religion.
|International||Messaoud Haddad||Jijel|| |
i am 29 years old ,i was ex muslim praying and reading curan every single day for many years .i start looking for the truth since i was 16 or 17 years old .i was always say is that true ? That there is a god punish us for mistakes ? if the god is great and have every thing ,so what is the purpes of creat eart in an illimited univer and creat peaple to pray for him ,by the time i looking for the ressourses and true stories about mohammad and the islamic history ,and i find that this is not what we learn in school ,its completly deferent ,they teached us that mohammad is somme one higher than every thing else on the planet ,the true story is defferent ,i knew that mohammad was doing sex with slaves women ,and make it halal in the curan ,he take the wife from his adopted sone and curan said that too ,curan say that every one on eart who not believe in mohammad message should killed ,if that was in the curan from the beginning ,so daach is not using the curan in the wrong way ,this is the true face of islam ,i totally refuse the curan and mohammad and islam and every religion on earth,that was a small exemple why i refuse religion .i decide to enjoy this council to tell my opinions and share the point of view with other people like me ,because to be atheist in algeria or any islamic country that means death ,i keep it in my heart , i hope to talke with any one else like me .
|UK||Sajah Suaeed||Dudley|| |
I wish to discredit the "First Caliph Scam" - Abu Bakr's confidence trick that promised paradise in return for military service.
Telephone is (+44) 07448 256745 - fields do not align
|UK||Sharmin S||LONDON|| |
I've never felt so free until I chose to be an ex-muslim. Knocking those invisible walls down comes with its own set of challenges and being a part of CEMB gives me the confidence to stand up to those who try to bring me down.
|UK||Asayel Alenezi||Saad alabdullah|| |
Hi , my name is Asayel and I'm 18 years old, i was an ex-Muslim sense high school, I studied at the Community school and I got a really great Degrees , in that age all what I want was going to the law college, but my parents won't let me saying that I'm going to get married as soon a I graduate from high school, at first i refused that, then my father threatened me that he can kill me whenever he wants and no one gonna ask him for an Explanation , cause as he said "the religion and my country laws are with him " and after weeks from crying and begging him to at least letting me continue my study, he said: you can go to a community college but you will lose your phone and you will have to wear a "abaya " and it's what old ladies wear. My parents are really strict with their religion, sometimes when I have questions about islam ,they Force me to stop asking saying that if I'm not a Muslim they can kill me to avoid the shame, I don't have any friends because I'm not allowed to have any. I really hate it here and sometimes I think if everyone else here have the same situation why they aren't doing anything about it. for the last few months, all what I was thinking about is that I wanna do something useful for the environment and help people around the world.
|International||Amir Waqas||Munich|| |
i am Pakistani abandoned Islam. Currently living in Germany.
|UK||John Wayne||Bristol|| |
Ex Muslim Somali atheist, looking for a community of like minded people.
|International||Kashish Ali|| |
I I have leave Islam because I am human .
|International||Ezzedine El Ghouzi||Fnideq|| |
I am an ex Muslim from Morocco...My family are very conservative Muslims...I created my arabic, anti-religious blog 19 months ago...I wrote more than 70 long articles and many other short ones...Since I live in a state where religious criticism is criminalised by law, I find that joining your "fortified" council would help me psychologically to continue the emancipational journey of 1000 miles...
|UK||Arya Raz||London|| |
I am an British born Iranian and my family are religious Shia Muslims. I have told my mum and she told me to keep quiet. I left the religion at the end of 2015 but I have been struggling to come out. I am afraid that I will be bullied back into it and I don't want to risk my safety or the safety of my family when we go to Iran. I have been encouraged, by my atheist friends to speak up for the ex Muslims who are isolated and scared like myself. I feel that joining the Council of Ex-Muslims would be the best way to do this.
|UK||Stephen Riady||Jakarta|| |
I want to get rid broken heart feel from any religious activity
|UK||Abdul wali Zarmalwal||Istanbul|| |
I'm an ex-Muslim from afghanistan, I'm compainig for the rationalism throughout social networks. I& I'
|UK||Abdul Osman||London|| |
As an ex muslim I am delighted to join your organisation and I hope to contribute over the near future. I strongly believe that we should take a stand and combat islamic extremism. P.S The entry fields particularly the phone field is excruciatingly painful that I had to try sending the message countless times. Please try to make it easier for people who are trying to contact you.
|International||Md. Asadujjaman||Dhaka|| |
I like to love, Peace, Spirituality, Humanity. I do not need Islam anymore.
|International||Hesham Attieh||Dubai|| |
|UK||OMAR SIDDIQUE||London|| |
Well, since my childhood I had lots of question regarding Allah, Muhammad and Qaran. The more I explore, I came to know that Islam is nothing but poorly copied from Judaism & Christianity. Then I denied to follow islam and become an Atheist.
|International||KnowBeforeBelieve NK||India|| |
I was brought up in a muslim houselhold by parents who were what some people would consider "liberal muslims".
Over the years.....I have completely dettached myself as an person from Islam and consider myself agnostic,however, like a lot of them out there,I am yet to "come out of the closet" ?
|International||Aulia SA||Semarang|| |
Indonesia secularism is in the edge of extinction. The radical and fundamentalist muslim just won the Jakarta election. In 2019 it's possible they'll win the presidential election and my life as an ex muslim atheist would be in a real danger.
|UK||Mahmud Mohammadi||Linköping|| |
|UK||Philosophical Wolf|| |
I am an closet apostate and want to be apart of a community with like minded indaviduals.
|UK||Muhammad Zuberi||Leeds|| |
I have been questioning my faith for a number of years. I suppose by questioning I mean trying to find reasons to hold on to something. One doesn’t simply walk away from 28 years of belief. Alas it seems that there was very little to hold on to. I was born in Pakistan and although I didn’t come from an ultra-conservative Muslim family, religion played a very important part in our lives. It’s that tradition and a sense of belonging that I’ve tried to hold on to. Knowing that once I leave even if I don’t tell anyone, I will never truly belong to it.