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Category Archive: ex-Muslim

Jun 22 2012

Post your messages of support for Council of ex-Muslims here

Messages of support to mark 5th anniversary of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain Final Updated 28 June 2012 As you know, the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB) is celebrating its 5th anniversary on 23 June. We’re asking people to attend the fundraiser luncheon if they can, donate, and send messages of support to mark …

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Jun 16 2012

CEMB is an organisation that must be defended

Dear friend You may have heard that Indonesian atheist Alex Aan has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for saying ‘There is no god’ on Facebook. The Council of Ex-Muslims condemns the sentence and demands that Alex be immediately and unconditionally released. He has done nothing wrong. Help us oppose his …

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Jun 11 2012

Add your message of support for the Council of Ex-Muslims

As you know, the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is celebrating its 5th anniversary on 23 June. We’re asking people to attend the fundraiser luncheon if they can, donate, and send messages of support to mark our birthday. Here are some messages we have already received. Add your below or email it to us at …

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Jun 07 2012

Support the Council of Ex-Muslim on 23 June

Join us to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain on Saturday 23 June 2012 from 13.00-16.00hours in London. Book your tickets today. Speakers and acts include: Renowned Philosopher AC Grayling Writer and Documentary-maker Gita Sahgal Comedian Kate Smurthwaite Theoretical Physicist Lawrence Krauss and Best-selling Author of A Universe From Nothing …

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May 17 2012

HOLD THIS DATE: 23 June Luncheon for CEMB’S 5th Birthday

Hello The Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB) will be 5 years old next month. To celebrate the work, significance and achievements of this unique organisation, we are holding a fundraising luncheon on Saturday 23 June 2012 in London from 13.00-16:00 hours. The luncheon will be a wonderful opportunity to meet other like-minded individuals and enjoy …

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Apr 16 2012

I’m the other type of apostate

Here’s an Egyptian cleric talking about apostates. He says: There are two types of apostates. The first is the one who hides his apostasy and he doesn’t do anything against Islamic teachings. We have nothing to do with that kind… we only judge people by what they show and the rest is up to allah. …

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Feb 18 2012

Hoping that we return to the right path

Here is one more of the many emails we get at the Council of Ex-Muslims for you to enjoy. It’s heartwarming, really,  to see all the concern. Here Khalid Najib asks why we don’t all ‘return to the right path’. Err, Khalid, please don’t bother holding your breath. And thanks for asking but no thanks. …

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Jan 09 2012

Good thing prayers don’t work

I get a lot of interesting emails to say the least. I don’t usually answer them or post them but I thought some of you at least could use a good laugh. Here’s one from ‘an enemy of the ex-Muslim Council’: In the name of God the most gracious the most merciful, and peace and …

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Nov 20 2011

Screams against Islamism

‘I will be celebrating my 27th birthday in a few days and as I enter into a new year of my life, I think it is time to renounce religion openly…The CEMB is doing a great job by providing a forum for Ex-Muslims and taking a stand against the brutality of this religion.’ – Hassan …

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Nov 11 2011

Alert: Do not accept any invites from ‘Pak Falcons’

Hassan Radwan just sent this warning: ‘Invites to an event called ‘Gift from Pak Falcons’ is being sent around to many Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain members.

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Nov 08 2011

I have chosen to speak up

Here are some testimonies from atheist ex-Muslims: I left Islam at 16. I am at university now, but I am still “in the closet” about my atheism, worried about the reaction it would get from religious family members and friends. I still have to pretend to pray and wear the hijab. This has been frustrating, …

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