Tag Archive: asylum

Jan 22 2014

Support ex-Muslim atheist Nasir Irshad! He must be granted asylum in the UK

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain (CEMB) is pleased that an Afghan atheist recently gained asylum and protection in Britain for his atheism. Whilst this is being hailed as the first case of its kind, the CEMB has worked on countless asylum cases over the past several years with a rising number securing asylum based on …

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Jun 13 2013

Rim Razek must be granted asylum in the US


Updated: 13 June Today is the last day of Rim’s campaign. Donate now. Here’s a blog post from “Between a veil and a dark place” on why you should. **** Rim Razek writes to the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain: I was born in Egypt. I come from a strictly religious background; most members of …

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Mar 19 2013

A life free from fear


Today is the one year anniversary of a sit-in of Iranian asylum seekers in Wurtzburg, Germany which turned into a sort of tent city after the tragic suicide of Iranian asylum seeker Mohammad Rahsepar. That protest kick-started the refugee tent movement in Germany which has helped to highlight the horrendous plight of asylum seekers. In Germany and …

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Aug 18 2012

Ex-Muslim Women Coffee Morning

Ex-Muslim Women’s Coffee Morning The Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is organising a second meet-up for ex-Muslim women after the summer term to provide a safe space for meeting like-minded friends and discussing concerns. The second meet-up will be held on Friday 7 September from 11:30am-1pm in central London. If you would like to join …

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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?