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Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec 07 2011

Nude revolutionary calendar in the press

See today’s International Business Times UK report on the Nude ‘revolutionary’ calendar homage to Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, the naked blogger.

Dec 07 2011

A few more details on #nudephotorevolutionaries calendar

Thanks to the women and men who have expressed an interest in submitting photos for the #nudephotorevolutionaries Calendar. We’ve received a huge amount of interest in the project. Those who have already agreed to submit nude photos include SlutWalk co-founder Sonya JF Barnett, blogger Greta Christina, campaigner Maryam Namazie, comedian Shabana Rehman, philosopher Daniel Salvatore …

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Dec 06 2011

Send in submissions for a #NudePhotoRevolutionaries Calendar

Student, atheist and blogger, Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, 20, posted nude photos of herself on her blog to show her ‘screams against a society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy’. Showing her body, particularly at a time when Islamists in Egypt are securing power, is the ultimate act of rebellion. Don’t forget Islamists despise …

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Dec 06 2011

The truth surrounding Rafiq Tagi’s assassination must come to light

The below letter by writers and campaigners, including Taslima Nasrin and Salman Rushdie, will be submitted to the EU today when Mina Ahadi meets with delegates about the need for a condemnation of and investigation into writer and Islam critic Rafiq Tagi’s assassination:

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Dec 05 2011

There’s no honour in ‘honour killings’

It’s been reported that honour-related crimes are ‘rapidly rising’ in the UK. Clearly, there will be a rise of violence against women with the rise of political religion and Sharia law. When Islamic law itself deems that women and girls are the source of chaos and fitna and calls for the punishment of those who …

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Dec 05 2011

Talaq via text

Under Sharia law, a man has unilateral right to divorce. He only needs to say ‘Talaq’ thrice and he’s scott free whereas women have very limited rights to divorce. With new technology it’s become even easier…

Dec 05 2011

What happened to all that talk on Afghan women’s rights?

The second Bonn conference starts today to determine Afghanistan’s future ten years after the fall of the Taliban. As was to be expected, women were excluded from the talks (until less than ten days ago and as a result of protests).  ‘Gender issues are going to have to take a back seat to other priorities,’ …

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Dec 05 2011

Where do we go for compensation?

The British government is seeking compensation for damages to its embassy in Tehran. Where do we go for compensation for the torture, imprisonment, loss of homes, the slaughter of our  loved ones, the traumatic flight and escape, the refusals of our asylum claims, detentions and deportations?

Dec 04 2011

Atheist or rapist?

A study published online in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology revealed that religious believers distrust atheists more than any other religious groups, gays and feminists (and you know how much they hate them). The only other group they distrust as much are rapists!!? Atheists on the other hand were indifferent to people’s religious …

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Dec 04 2011

This is not anti-Muslim!

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Dec 04 2011

No permission needed…

All this talk forbidding us to speak has brought to mind Shahryar Ghanbari’s wonderful song, Forbidden. The lyrics and video are below. Sea’s blue, forbidden The desire to see, forbidden The love of two fish, forbidden Together and alone, forbidden For a new love, one need’s no permission

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Dec 03 2011

Goodbye and Good Riddance Part II

Here’s one of the Islamic regime of Iran’s ‘diplomat’s’ fleeing the scene and having some trouble with his umbrella. As I said goodbye and good riddance!

Dec 03 2011

Women driving leads to the end of virginity

‘Scholars’ at Saudi Arabia’s highest religious council have warned that allowing women to drive would bring about a surge in ‘corruption’, ‘homosexuality’ and ‘divorce’. It would also be the ‘end of virginity’. Well then, drive they must. (Via Mostafa Saber)    

Dec 03 2011

How pathetic: On the Pak Falcons

The Pak Falcons have hacked into the Facebook and Youtube account of a Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain member and have been threatening our members. Nothing new there – they are Islamists after all. they have even changed their voice and refuse to show their faces because that is just how ‘brave’ they are. Below …

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Dec 02 2011

Release blogger Rozhin Mohammadi

On 14 November 2011 Rozhin Mohammadi, a blogger and medical student at the Philippines Manila Medical School, was arrested at the airport upon her return to Iran; after 24 hours she was released on bail only to be rearrested on 21 November 2011 after three days of interrogation.  her laptop was also confiscated. She was …

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Dec 02 2011

The pro-Islamist Left is siding with the oppressor

From Enemies not Allies seminar on the Far-Right and Pro-Islamist Left.

Dec 02 2011

Goodbye and good riddance

The Islamic regime of Iran’s ‘diplomats’ have been expelled from the UK. Good bye and good riddance. But they have been expelled not because of the slaughter of an entire generation in Iran, sex apartheid, stoning, amputations, and … but because of the attack on the British embassy in Tehran by the regime’s goons, I …

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Dec 01 2011

Don’t give me that look

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Dec 01 2011

Sharia law negates human rights

THE EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC On Thursday 8th of December, from 18:00-21:00 hours at UCL, 26 Bedford Way, London UCLU-Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society and One Law for All will be hosting a debate on a very important topic. The proponents of the motion will be arguing that Sharia Law negates …

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Dec 01 2011

Investigate Rafiq Tagi’s assassination!

We are calling on the EU to send a mission to investigate the assassination of prominent writer Rafiq Tagi, ‘Azerbaijan’s Salman Rushdie’. Mina will be meeting with EU officials on 6 December in Brussels. Here’s our letter to EU president:

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