Sunday, 20 January 2013

Authorities have arrested Egyptian blogger Ben Baz, resident in Kuwait for criticizing Islam..
Kuwaiti authorities have arrested an Egyptian blogger, resident in Kuwait for (blasphemy).
The Islamic world nowadays lives in a situation which is very much similar to the times of the inquisition when the opponents of the Church were beheaded. I consider this arrest as an abusive and unjust act that goes against the principles of human rights, and I beseech the international community, the UN, and non governmental organizations to intervene and protect secular activists in the Islamic world, and to put severe sanctions on any country that does not protect the right to freedom of belief, of opinion, and conscience.
السلطات الكويتية قامت بألقاء القبض على المدون المصري والمقيم في الكويت بتهمة جاهزة وهي (ازدراء الاديان).

#FreeBenBaz #support_freedomofExpression

Friday, 18 January 2013

28 years and apostasy laws are still in practice! ٢٨ عاما وما زالت قوانين الردة مفعلة

on this same day, 18th of January, 28 years ago...a brilliant Sudanese theologian and progressive Islamic thinker was hanged to death in central Khartoum and executed after been charged of apostasy....a crime punishable by death in Sudan as well as in many other countries adopting Islamic constitutions and sharia legislation....

what makes me feel really sad is not only the loss of such a thinker, but also the continuation of these barbaric laws up to our present time...just this month:
Kewaite jailed Ben Baz for criticizing Islam, Sudia Aribia jailed Raif albadawi for his liberal views, Egypt sentenced a family for 15 years as they converted from Islam and Tunisian artist Nadia Jelassi is facing prison for her ' un -slamic' artistic pieces...

as we speak today, 19 countries adopt sharia constitutions in different African and Asian regions. Countries’ like Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Yemen constitute clear death penalties for those not only renounce or criticize Islam, but also anyone who thinks freely and wishes to live a 21 century life.

This is not an ex-muslim, atheist or any specific group's issue; this is a basic human right that anyone is entitled to. living, thinking and expressing freely is what we have achieved so far as humans over long lasting battles with huge sacrifices. lets all strongly and unequivocally defend this right and make sure new generations do not have to go through the same crap.

#stop_apostasy laws #support_freedomofexpression #Secularworld


Wednesday, 2 January 2013

keep up ex-muslim Sudanese ..

Sudanese atheist and c the Council of ex-Muslims of Britain on the 18th of April 2013...

all the support and keep up ex-muslim Sudanese :)