Quantcast

Maryam namazie

Author's details

Date registered: November 4, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Passion for Freedom Private Viewing in Photos — November 1, 2011
  2. Passion for Freedom London Festival Private Viewing Tonight — October 29, 2011
  3. Political Islam’s and misogyny’s hands off the people of Libya! — October 28, 2011
  4. 5 November 2011: International Day of Solidarity with Iranian Workers — October 28, 2011
  5. FOR A FREE AND SECULAR MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA — October 26, 2011

Most commented posts

  1. The Islamic Inquisition — 66 comments
  2. Limiting immigration is racist; why not limit bankers and NeoCons? — 32 comments
  3. For those who don’t know the difference between a Muslim and an Islamist — 31 comments
  4. Robert Spencer should be more honest and own up to his far-Right politics — 24 comments
  5. Facebook has disabled Mina Ahadi and my accounts! — 16 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 01 2011

Passion for Freedom Private Viewing in Photos

To see some photos of the 29 October private viewing of One Law for All’s Passion for Freedom Art show, click here. The show is on until the end of the week so go and visit it if you can.

Oct 29 2011

Passion for Freedom London Festival Private Viewing Tonight

Oct 28 2011

Political Islam’s and misogyny’s hands off the people of Libya!

Chairperson of The National Transitional Council of Libya, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, in a celebration of the “liberation of Libya”, held on October 23rd, said Libya would take Sharia law as its basic source of legislation. Laws that contradict the teachings of Islam would be nullified and restrictions on the number of wives Libyan men could …

Continue reading »

Oct 28 2011

5 November 2011: International Day of Solidarity with Iranian Workers

5 November 2011 International Day of Solidarity with Iranian Workers Join us on this day of action Currently in prison: Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, sentenced to 6 years in prison Reza Shahabi in prison since June 2010 Ebrahim Madadi, in prison since December 2008, sentenced to a 3.5 year prison Rasoul Bodaghi sentenced to 6 years in …

Continue reading »

Oct 26 2011

FOR A FREE AND SECULAR MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

Statement For Immediate Release 27 October 2011 76 secularists and human rights campaigners, including Mina Ahadi, Nawal El Sadaawi, Marieme Helie Lucas, Hameeda Hussein, Ayesha Imam, Maryam Jamil, Maryam Namazie, Taslima Nasrin, Farida Shaheed, Fatou Sow, and Stasa Zajovic have signed on to a Manifesto for a Free and Secular Middle East and North Africa. …

Continue reading »

Oct 26 2011

TV International: Interview with Hamid Taqvaee on the ‘Arab Spring’

See my interview on this week’s TV International with Hamid Taqvaee on the ‘Arab Spring’:

Oct 25 2011

Judge Islamism’s apologists for yourselves

Finally, the British Humanist Association has made available video footage of the panel discussion on Islam in a Secular Europe, which you can see for yourselves below. If you recall, I blogged about it earlier saying give me an Islamist any day – at least they are more honest! Now you can see for yourselves …

Continue reading »

Oct 24 2011

Passion for Freedom and Sharia and Children Act

Passion for Freedom: Breaking the last taboo The recent murders of Syrian poet and song writer Ibrahim Qashoush and Iraqi playwright and filmmaker Hadi al-Mahdi, as well as the sentence of one year in jail and 90 lashes to actress Marzieh Vafamehr, and the six-year jail sentence and 20-year filmmaking and travel ban against international …

Continue reading »

Oct 21 2011

99% Movement is about a lot more than Greed

I’ve started my TV programmes again – yaay. They will be broadcast weekly on Thursday via New Channel TV. In this week’s programme, I speak to the brilliant Hamid Taqvaee on the 99% movement, on the economic system, parliamentary democracy and socialism. If you have any comments, post them here or email me so I …

Continue reading »

Oct 20 2011

We didn’t kick Ben Ali out to have others tell us things are forbidden by God

See a wonderful protest of Tunisian for secularism and free speech against the Islamist attempts to silence free speech by attacking the broadcast of the film Persepolis via a TV station:

Oct 19 2011

From Wall Street to Every Street

Revolution against Capitalism is Raging! The revolution that erupted in North Africa and the Middle East have inspired millions in Europe; In Greece, Italy, Spain, England, France, and in North America; New York, Portland, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal, and in Australia in Sydney and in Auckland, New Zealand, and in Tokyo, Japan, and in many …

Continue reading »

Oct 19 2011

Help save the NHS

Over 400,000 people have signed the petition to save the NHS. This Thursday, 38 Degrees will meet with key Lib Dem members of the House of Lords. They’ll be taking their independent legal experts to discuss the alarming impact the government’s plans could have on the NHS and want to hand in a copy of …

Continue reading »

Oct 18 2011

I’ll be speaking in Lymington tonight

18 October 2011 Lymington, UK Maryam Namazie will be speaking on Sharia Law and Women’s Rights at a meeting organised by Amnesty International New Forest Group, Lymington Community Centre at 7.30pm.

Oct 12 2011

Secularists must stand up to Islamism!

Below is the text of my speech at the 17 September 2011 rally for a secular Europe in London. You can see video footage of the speech here. Secularism is an important demand. Secularism is the strict separation of religion from the state. There aren’t 20 definitions of secularism. I know religious groups and their …

Continue reading »

Oct 12 2011

Iran Solidarity Stall at Frankfurt Book Fair 12-16 October

Iran Solidarity has a stall at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair from 12 – 16 of October! After Brazil, we are continuing with our Iran Solidarity Tour, this time in Frankfurt, Germany – raising awareness of the situation of people in Iran and protesting the fact that the Islamic regime of Iran will be present …

Continue reading »

Oct 11 2011

Multiculturalism Conference must oppose all forms of fascism – including Islamism

Press Release 11 October 2011 On Saturday 15 October 2011 a National Conference to Celebrate Diversity and Multiculturalism is being jointly held in London by One Society Many Cultures and Unite Against Fascism. The conference describes its aims as opposing Islamophobia and racism. One Law for All condemns racism and hatred unequivocally, and rejects the …

Continue reading »

Oct 10 2011

October 10: International Day against the Death Penalty

Listen to Hamid Taqvaee’s brief message in Persian to mark the International Day against the Death Penalty. He says: Capital punishment is the state’s act of pre-medidated murder. They call it justice but it has nothing to do with jutice. The aim of capital publishement is to assert control and instill fear in the population …

Continue reading »

Oct 10 2011

Unite Against Facism is anti-fascist in name only; we are today’s anti-fascists

I received this email today from Peter Flack: As a supporter of One Law for all – a colleague and I attended the first demonstration and Maryam attended our union branch in Leicester – I was concerned at a picture circulating on Facebook showing what are clearly EDL supporters standing with One Law for All …

Continue reading »

Oct 10 2011

2011 Passion for Freedom Art Festival

One Law for All presents its 2011 Passion for Freedom Art Festival showcasing a shortlist of international artists discussing religion, equality and one secular law for all through painting, drawing, sculpture, film and installation. Exhibited artists are Sandra Ackermann, Karin Roy Andersson, Eskild Beck, Milena Buljan, Victoria Burgher, Edna Cantoral Acosta, Magdalena Czubak Vlasak, Fiona …

Continue reading »

Oct 10 2011

مریم نمازی: مردم سکولار باید قاطعانه علیه اسلام سیاسی بایستند

To see the Persian translation of my speech at the 17 September 2011 rally for Secularism in London, click here.

Older posts «