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Maryam namazie

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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

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Sep 14 2011

The people of Libya did not revolt for a Karzai-type government

Mustafa Abdul Jalil, Ghadafi’s former Justice Minister and current head of the “National Transitional Council” of Libya, has rejected both “fundamentalist Islam” and “secularism,” and declared in his first speech that the government of Libya will be a “modern and democratic” one based on “moderate Islam and sharia law.” In other words, he promises the …

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Sep 13 2011

We don’t want Sharia in Libya

The head of the Transitional National Council of Libya has said that Sharia law will be the main source of legislation in Libya. Listen to a debate on BBC’s Have Your Say programme today where I speak against Sharia and others in favour. As usual, I am the only secularist on the panel (well at …

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Sep 13 2011

Stop the execution of Troy Davis, an innocent man in Georgia. Sign his sister’s petition.

Radical Women sent me this urgent action. I’ve signed the petition; please take a few minutes to do the same. Troy must not be executed. How utterly disgusting that a state dares to execute a citizen in broad daylight on behalf of society. This is, according to Mansoor Hekmat, the most deplorable form of deliberate …

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Sep 11 2011

The world after September 11

On the ten year anniversary of September 11, it is most apt to read Mansoor Hekmat’s brilliant piece on the World After September 11. Part one: The War of Terrorists Part two: Where is the civilised world? Part three: The Demise of Political Islam Part four: After Afghanistan

Sep 10 2011

Maryam Namazie’s interview with Mersedeh Ghaedi on Australia visit in Persian

To see Maryam’s interview with Mersedeh Ghaedi on New Channel TV on her recent visit to Australia, click here or see the below:

Sep 09 2011

Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani – One Year On

It has been one year to the day that the spokesperson of the Islamic regime’s foreign ministry announced that Sakineh Ashtiani’s ‘…verdict regarding the extra-marital affair has stopped and it is being reviewed.’ This announcement came in the midst of a massive, international campaign to save Sakineh Ashtiani from death by stoning. No doubt, under …

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Sep 07 2011

Maryam’s interview on ABC Newsline

To see Maryam’s interview with Jim Middleton on ABC Newsline today, click here.

Sep 06 2011

Visual report of September 3 protests

Here are the images from the 3 September protests in various cities in Germany, Cyprus, Canada, Sweden and the USA.

Sep 03 2011

TODAY: Demonstrations in defence of people of Iraqi Kurdistan

Condemn the Governments of Iran and Turkey’s invasive policies! The people of Kurdistan in the frontier region of Iran, Turkey and Iraq have been under the Iranian artillery fire and the Turkish jet fighters’ attacks during the past month, on the pretext of fighting the armed forces of two organisations: PKK and Pejak. These bombardments …

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Sep 02 2011

In depth interview with Maryam Namazie on ABC News 24′s One Plus One programme

To see Maryam Namazie’s indepth interview with Virginia Hausegger on ABC News 24′s One Plus One program broadcast on 2 September 2011, click here.

Aug 31 2011

Maryam Namazie’s speaking tour in Australia a huge success

Maryam Namazie’s Australian tour in the last week of August 2011 was a huge success, attracting a high media profile and hundreds who attended her various speaking engagements, which included a fundraising dinner in Sydney, a talk at the Wheeler Centre organised by Melbourne PEN and WISA, a talk at Melbourne Free University’s open discussion …

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Aug 31 2011

DV8 physical theatre: Can we talk about this?

Lloyd Newson’s latest work, Can We Talk About This? deals with freedom of speech, censorship and Islam. The production premiered in August 2011 at Sydney Opera House, and will be followed by an international tour. From the 1989 book burnings of Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses, to the murder of filmmaker Theo Van Gogh and …

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Aug 17 2011

Veil, on no condition!

Conflict and dispute on the question of the veil among the factions of the Islamic regime in Iran is escalating. The paper of Iran supporting president Ahmadinejad, has called the veil “the worst kind of clothing” and attacked its black colour. The paper has even damned King Nasser al-Din Qajar (1831 – 1896) as the …

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Aug 16 2011

Maryam Namazie in Australia for the next two weeks

I am leaving for Australia early tomorrow morning and will there for the next two weeks. Here are the events I will be speaking at: Dinner and Talk: Should Australia follow Britain in accommodating Islamic sharia law?: 6.30 pm Monday 22 August 2011 Description: Talk by Maryam Namazie and fundraising dinner for One Law For …

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Aug 16 2011

Robert Spencer should be more honest and own up to his far-Right politics

Robert Spencer has responded to One Law for All’s report Enemies not Allies: The Far-Right by saying: ‘If Maryam Namazie’s One Law For All claims to oppose the jihad while attacking anti-jihadists and supporting the genocidal jihad against Israel, then it is simply a false-flag operation. He links to a press release of the Left …

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Aug 16 2011

Adam Barnett’s response to Robert Spencer

Adam Barnett co-wrote One Law for All’s Enemies Not Allies: The Far:Right report. Here he responds to Robert Spencer’s statement on the report. Following the publication of ‘Enemies Not Allies: The Far-Right’, our new report which investigates his and similar organisations, Stop Islamization of America director Robert Spencer has invited One Law for All to …

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Aug 15 2011

The Far-Right and Islamism are two sides of the same coin

Below is the conclusion of the new One Law for All report – Enemies not Allies: The Far-Right that was written by Adam Barnett and myself. It’s an important piece of research proving the racism behind groups like the English Defence League and Stop Islamisation of Europe and America and revealing how similar these groups …

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Aug 14 2011

New Report – Enemies not Allies: The far-Right

15 August 2011 A new report by One Law for All explores how the far-Right has attempted to hijack opposition to Islamism for its own ends. It focuses on the British National Party, the English Defence League and Stop Islamisation of Europe/America, and exposes how their activities, associations, opinions and intentions reveal a racist and …

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Aug 14 2011

August update on One Law for All from Anne Marie Waters

Dear friend New Report – Enemies Not Allies: The Far-Right A new One Law for All report explores how the far-Right has attempted to hijack opposition to Islamism for its own ends. It focuses on the British National Party, the English Defence League and Stop Islamisation of Europe/America, and exposes how their activities, associations, opinions …

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Aug 13 2011

Sharia-controlled zones not welcome

One Law for All Statement 13 August 2011 Recently, the Islamist group Muslims Against Crusades began what it called a campaign for “Islamic emirates” throughout Britain by putting up posters declaring areas of east London as “sharia controlled zones”. The posters stated that alcohol, gambling, and music were banned and the group said it was …

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