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Aug 22 2013

Marseilles and Boston

I haven’t been able to blog at all recently as my son is off from school and it is near impossible to do anything other than swimming (for 6 hours straight), eating ice cream, or watching Wreck it Ralph for the 100th time. FYI, I’ll be speaking in Marseilles this Saturday and Boston next weekend …

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Jun 26 2013

Dublin and Paris

I’ll be away the next two weekends in Dublin and Paris. Maybe I’ll see some of you?   29-30 June 2013 Dublin, Ireland Maryam Namazie will be speaking at Atheist Ireland’s international conference on Empowering Women Through Secularism. More information here.   Saturday 6 July 2013, 14.00-17.00 hours Paris, France Launch of the Council of Ex-Muslims …

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May 15 2013

Away until 22 May 2013

I will be away until 22 May attending the 17-19 May 2013 Women in Secularism 2 Conference in DC. More information available here. I’ll be speaking on “apostasy from Islam” on Saturday morning and then on “Freedom – not Islamism – is my culture” in the afternoon. I’ll also be meeting with Muslimish activists in the DC …

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May 09 2013

Evening drinks in London with Gita Sahgal

Tonight, 9 May 2013, the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain has organised evening drinks with Gita Sahgal, Executive Director of Centre for Secular Space. 6:30-8:00pm at The George on the Strand, 213 Strand, London WC2R 1AP. Entry is £3; £1 for unwaged, which can be paid at the door. All are welcome. Author Rumy Hasan …

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Feb 20 2013

I am away for a week

I just wanted to let everyone know that I am away this week and won’t be blogging. I’ll be at the below events the following week: 25 February 2013 Ex-Muslim apostate and refugee meet-up group from 11:30am-1:00pm. To RSVP and receive further details, email [email protected] February 26, 2013 Birmingham Reason Week 26 February 2013 Birmingham, …

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Sep 10 2012

I’m back blogging

I’ve been meaning to start blogging regularly again. But it does become difficult to get back into the groove of it all once you’ve been away for a while. I hope everyone had a good summer. I eventually did – after my personal crisis was sorted out. Anyway it’s good to be back blogging again. …

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