Monthly Archive: June 2007

Jun 27 2007

Protests in Iran against the scandalous rationing of petrol

To see images of people’s protests against the scandalous rationing of petrol by the Islamic regime in Iran, click here. The blog is in Persian but if you scroll down the page, you will be able to see video footage and photgraphs.

Jun 24 2007

Debate with some ‘imam’ on the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain

To listen to a debate on BBC Radio 4′s Sunday Programme with some ‘imam’ about the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, click here. The debate is at the end of the programme.

Jun 22 2007

The launch was a huge success

The launch of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain was a huge success! To see my speech at the event, click here. (Others speeches to follow.) Thanks to the British Humanist Association and the National Secular Society for sponsoring it. Also a huge thanks to the lovely AC Grayling who came and spoke and to …

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Jun 20 2007

Only hours left to stop stoning in Iran

EXECUTION HAS BEEN STAYED FOR NOW. THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT BUT KEEP THE PRESSURE ON! The stoning of Mokarrameh Ebrahimi and her partner is scheduled to be carried out in public in the city of Takistan, Ghazvin, at 9:00 am on Thursday, June 21, for committing ‘adultery’ and having a child out of wedlock. …

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Jun 19 2007

The Courage of their Convictions

Read AC Grayling’s piece in the Guardian’s Comment is Free site on the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain by clicking here.

Jun 18 2007

Launch of the Council of ex-Muslims of Britain

Advance information A British branch of a new Europe-wide phenomenon is to be launched on Thursday 21 June in London. The Council of ex-Muslims of Britain is building on the stunning success of other branches already operating in Germany, Finland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The British Humanist Association and National Secular Society are sponsoring the …

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Jun 07 2007

Religion has everything to do with terrorism

The European Union, the media, the Strategic Foresight Group and others have attempted to detach religion in general and Islam in particular from terrorism. EU officials, for example, prefer ‘terrorists who abusively invoke Islam’ to the term Islamic terrorist. For people everywhere, however, the link between Islam and terrorism is crystal clear. Islam is the …

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Jun 07 2007

Save Khaled Hardani and Kobra Najjar from execution in Iran

Khaled Hardani, and Kobra Najjar, who are about to be executed and stoned to death, have asked us to reach out to the international community in an attempt to save their lives. These two individuals are in grave danger of death. Their lawyers and families are desperately seeking help to save their lives. Khaled Hardani …

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