Interview with Md. Sazzadul Hoque – Founder, Council of Ex-Muslims of Bangladesh

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Md. Sazzadul Hoque is an exiled Bangladeshi secularist blogger, human rights activist, and atheist activist. His writing covers a wide range of issues, including religious superstition, critical thinking, feminism, gender equality, homosexuality, and female empowerment. He’s protested against blogger killings and past/present atrocities against Bangladeshi minorities … Continue reading

Interview with Administrator of “Ex-Muslims India”

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Here we talk with the Administrator of “Ex-Muslims India.” Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for you, e.g., geography, culture, language, religion or lack thereof, education, and family structure and dynamics? Administrator “Ex-Muslims India”:  I was born in a traditional Indian Muslim family. My grandparents … Continue reading

Interview with Abderrahmane M’hiri – Ex-Muslim

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Abderrahmane M’hiri is an ex-Muslim. Here we talk about his journey, in brief. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How did you grow up? Abderrahmane M’hiri: I have grown up in a Muslim country and society in a Muslim family. Jacobsen: What was upbringing for you? M’hiri: I began to … Continue reading

Asylum Alaikum: Freedom Finders and Keepers, Ex-Muslim Doha Mooh

*Her Arabic script is at the bottom.* By Scott Douglas Jacobsen and Melissa Krawczyk  Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What was early life like for you? Doha Mooh: There is meant to be a real life, whether early on, or later, but in Saudi, there is no life for a woman. Frequently she has no … Continue reading

Interview with the Co-Founder of the United Atheists of Europe Nacer Amari

“The talk about religious aspect in Tunisia is the talk of a conflict that has existed between religious and political since independence, on the face of social-political, but in its depth is political-religious.” Continue reading

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