Monthly Archive: July 2008

Jul 30 2008

Back: Israeli occupation filmed by Palestinian cameras

To view must-see footage of occupation filmed by Palestinians, click here.

Jul 29 2008

Stop Kobra Najjar’s stoning

Equality Now has just issued an urgent action calling for the immediate release of Kobra Najjar, who is at risk of imminent execution by stoning for prostitution. They have just heard from her lawyer that all legal appeals have been exhausted and she could be executed at any time. Please go to the Women’s Action …

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Jul 28 2008

Political Islam, Sharia Law and Civil Society

The Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain presents its first international conference: Political Islam, Sharia Law, And Civil Society on Friday 10 October 2008 – International day against the Death Penalty – from 10am-6pm (Registration begins at 9am) at Conway Hall London 25 Red Lion Square WC1R 4RL (Closest station: Holborn). Speakers at the event are: …

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Jul 25 2008

For those who have not yet protested

For those who have not yet protested the stoning orders against 8 women and 1 man, or the imminent execution of 30 in Tehran this Sunday, or the myriad other crimes against humanity committed by the Islamic regime in Iran, here is a reminder of what it has done and the urgent need to end …

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Jul 15 2008

Stop child executions

I met Nazanin Afshin Jam a few days ago when she was in London. I thought I should mention her campaign against child executions again as it is hugely important. To sign her petition to find out what else you can do, click here. Also important to mention is Mina Ahadi who is coordinator of …

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Jul 15 2008

Stop Farzad Kamangar’s Execution

The Worker-communist Party of Iran, the International Committee against Executions and others have initiated a campaign to stop the execution of Farzad Kamangar, a 30 year old teacher in Iranian Kurdistan, who has been sentenced to death on trumped up charges. The WPI is asking people in Iran to make 10 copies of the below …

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Jul 09 2008

Programme on one year anniversary of CEMB

To see Third Camp TV programme in English on the one year anniversary of CEMB in London, click here.

Jul 09 2008

A woman bus driver in Iran and sexual apartheid

To see an interesting short film about a woman bus driver in Iran and the realities of sexual apartheid in the Islamic regime in Iran, click here.

Jul 08 2008

One year launch a success

To see an Mersedeh Ghaedi’s interview with Maryam Namazie at the CEMB’s launch for TV International on New Channel TV in Farsi, click here. The interview begins at 16:08.

Jul 05 2008

Join us for CEMB’s One year anniversary celebration

We are asking members and supporters to join CEMB executive committee members for drinks to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the establishment of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and to meet other like-minded people in central London on 5th July 2008 from 2pm onwards. The nearest tube stations to the event is Leicester Square …

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Jul 03 2008

Faith schools and a free society

You can see a letter to the editor on the faith schools issue, which was published today in the Indepedent, by clicking here.

Jul 02 2008

Faith schools are bad for children

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain July 1, 2008 Cristina Odone’s report on faith schools published by the Centre for Policy Studies misses the point. The point of is not that faith schools have discriminatory admission codes and employment practices, cream-skim pupils, or turn away children in care although they do. Rather, what makes faith schools …

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