I am interested to join the CEMB as I was born and raised as a Muslim but for last 18 years I been thinking and thinking about Islam, its future, the way Quran says to people to live life and many more things. I always felt uncomfortable with very basic ideas of Islam and its interpretation of humanity and human values. I have been working for many years to promote hope and tolerance and I strongly believe that 90% of Muslims want to live a non-religious life but they don\'t have the means to express it plus Islamists are so strong that if someone denounces religion he/she faces social isolation and life threats to him/her and family. I have been living a secret life here in the UK for the last few years because I have been threatened many times but now I have decided to come out openly and I hope members of the ex-Muslim council will help me and provide me with the grounds to promote my message of hope, tolerance, humanity and freedom. I salute the courage of the founders of the CEMB and its members.