The Vilification of Controversy on College Campuses, Heat Street, 26 September 2016
Regressive Left puts bigotry and militant Islam on a pedestal, The Australian, 17 September 2016
Why Academic Freedom Matters, Civitas, September 2016
Theresa May’s sharia courts review branded a ‘whitewash’ by human rights campaigners, Politics Home, 10 July 2016
Positive impact of refugees in the UK celebrated in new exhibition, Evening Standard, 12 July 2016
‘Ex-Muslims’ organise ‘eating’ protests outside embassies of Islamic nations to defy Ramzan fast, India Today, 24 June 2016
The following piece was published in The Freethinker on 21 June 2016.
On June, 24, 2016, the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is calling for a day to defy fasting rules in solidarity with those who face persecution for eating during fasting hours in Ramadan.
We will be having an “eat-in” at various embassies in London, including the Bangladeshi, Egyptian, Iranian, Moroccan, Pakistani and Saudi embassies. We are also calling on people worldwide to upload images of themselves on social media violating fasting rules using the following hashtags:
This type of fast-defiance in public every Ramadan has been spearheaded by the Algerian dejeuners and Mouvement alternatif pour les libertés individuelles in Morocco for some years now. It’s a challenge to the Islamists and their imposition of religious rules on everyone despite personal preferences.
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Facebook facing criticism after removing major atheist pages, Dhaka Tribune, 20 June 2016
Fourth anniversary of Raif Badawi’s arrest: Saudi Arabia must release him now, X Index, 17 June 2016
Facebook facing heavy criticism after removing major atheist pages, The News Hub, 16 June 2016