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|International||Seyed Jamal Hosseini||Gotenberg|| |
Hello, I am an agnostic and anti-Islam. I want to be active with your group.
Salam man agnostick hastam va hamchenin eslam setiz dost daram dar yek groh faal basham
|UK||Farshid Aryan Khesal||London|| |
The Islamic regime of my country, Iran, does not recognize people like me who are atheist and agnostics. They are subject to the death penalty. Atheists, agnostics and secular humanists in Iran are deprived of freedom of speech. They cannot express their beliefs. Doing that, they will be arrested and may be executed for heresy. The constitution and regulations of the Islamic regime of Iran is obviously biased towards Shias. There are no any representatives for atheist, agnostics and secular humanists in the parliament. On top of that, there are not any free and private medium of the mass media. All of them are governmental and under the control of religious regime.
|UK||Zahid Hussain||Slough|| |
i m atheist I don't believe on anything I belong to Muslim family background but as I observed Islam stop me to think on wider sense on any matter even any religion do the same and secondly I think Islam is not a complete religion as well. Just a fake face and fear created in the mind of people which I don't believe that is right
|UK||Arman Esfandiari||London|| |
I am an agnostic-atheist (ex-muslim) British-Iranian dual national. I would like to join the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain because I support the manifesto and I would like to contribute to the efforts of CEMB. I also believe that I am part of an underrepresented minority living in Western Europe who need a strong and clear message.
|UK||Salwh Ahmed||Birmingham|| |
I wand to join because I want to meet like minded people and discuss why others left Islam .
|International||Adil Den||Dublin|| |
I am supporting a secular world where people can express their ideas freely and openly.I am supporting a world free of myths, but based on scientific truth.I do believe that we are born free and we all have the right to live in a free world.
|UK||Md Mohiuddin||London|| |
I'm an Ex-Muslim & Humanist, free thinking blogger and feminist too. I'm actively blogging against every social & religious injustice. I believe in humanism and I firmly stand for equal human rights for all. I think all religion are evil & as far my knowledge of Islam I know it's a barbaric and oppressive religion.
|International||Mehedi Hasan||Dhaka|| |
I am Mehedi Hasan. I am Bangladeshi. I am 19 years old. My family is Muslim. But I am Humanist. I Don't Believe any Religion .
|UK||Wafaa Al Tameemi||Huddersfield|| |
I'm from Iraq I born in a Muslim family but many thing get my attention and after long search and thinking I got one conclusion is that the religions are made by human to control other human.
|UK||Pouyan Vista||London, ilford|| |
I for combating violence, the defense of freedom and human rights, promotion of atheism, secularism and rationalism to join you
|UK||Bilaal Azlam||London|| |
Curiousity, mostly. Also wanting to branch out and meet new people, perhaps those whom have a similar mindset.
|UK||Selene Sinagra|| |
I'm 17 years old, and my whole life, I have lived in a misogynistic and abusive household - all possible due to the teachings of Islam.
|International||joey moses||cairo|| |
i saw a documentary movie on youtube for those who was killed for being ex muslims....
|International||Maryam Hussein||Nieuwegein|| |
So it all started when my bestfriend came out the closet (as an atheist) during Ramadan. Me still very religious was overwhelmed with all kinds of feelings. I thought that she was no longer my friend, however I was fine with it a few hours later. I strongly believe in classic liberalism, so she had all the freedom the chose what to believe. Later in the summervacation I started looking up atheist vs muslim videos and they were so interesting. I always had doubts/ questions, but the doubt was increasing because of the videos. I started talking with bff and she was really suprised and we were debating for hours. I came to realisation that I no longer am a muslim and it gave me a relieved feeling. 2 weeks later.. I told my mother and my siblings, my mom teared a little bit She was saying that I am confused, I don't know Islam,It's a phase etc. My brother was my second supporter and my little sister was just dissapointed. Then my dad came from Somalia and after a week I told him everything. He was quiet at first, but then said: You're my daughter I will always love you etc... And I was extremely happy, but then we made some promises which I now regret. I couldn't debate religion in the livingroom or with my siblings, I had to hide all of this, I couldn't go on other people their devices etc... And now in the present things are okay, but when school start I want to take off my hijab and that is a really big step. But idc I'm going to do it!
|International||Alaa Zorkane||Casablanca|| |
Hello ^_^ !
|International||ANASS IDOUKHARAZ||GUELMIM|| |
My facts detection kit's engine core is logic, and its fuel is arguments and proofs. This is how I ride the waves of life, enjoying every moment of my continuous exploration of the secrets of this enigmatic and mysterious existence. This is how I ward off the probability of sewing reality's thread with needles that move as befits the frailty of my fears and desires. This is how the roosters crow in my world -unconcerned by what I set on my watch- to declare the sunrise with the one and only truth they know; sun rays. This is how I travel through the map of my existence, caring billions of questions, rather than answers; unperturbed by all of the indoctrinated beliefs, for that my life is too precious to be given up for the past of my fathers and ancestors, and every other man. So be my trip without a pre-drawn road.
|UK||Forz Khan||London|| |
I do not belief in any such a thing as a god or god (s). I was born into a family who followed islam but never believed in creationist teachings. I would be happy to help any person in need of assistance if they are having troubles with their beliefs
|UK||Obadiah Hashen||Unimportant|| |
I remember reading some of the testament of the members here a few yrs ago when I was still a salafi and thinking "look at these cursed apostates, had they asked allah ya muqalib al qulub thabit qalbi 3ala dinak, they wouldn't be misguided", it really is fascinating to feel the change in emotion from complete hysteria to being rational.
like most others, never did I think the day would come when I would become an atheist.
|UK||mansoor hussain||london|| |
I got some thought which has been bothering me from my early youth. whatever i am or we are doing with our religion is right or best for us or mankind. many questions come in my head and i was scared to ask anyone for answer or to discuss. maybe my lack of knowledge of islam is responsible for my trouble with our religion. over the years i tried to learn about religion as much possible. blind faith is not good, and when i look around me all the muslim people's are on blind faith. i havnt done namaz for almost 11years. i got muslim name by birth. i dont practice islam, to me first is human being. religion is created for the betterment of human not vice versa. my faith lies in whatver is good for human kind.
|International||Abdelrahman Saeed||Cairo|| |
I'm in a fucked up situation! I'm surrounded by very religious muslims that could hurt me if they suspected. My dad already think i left islam somehow & i have to fake prayers to not get caught, so there's no decent life for me here.
|International||Luqman Adnan||Deutschland|| |
I was muslim but now ,i am agnostic . I want know truth and meeting new people, knowledge
|UK||Sarah Hovi||Edinburgh|| |
Brought up in Muslim faith - still have moderate Muslim friends and family abroad however as ex-Muslim in UK find this subject incredibly taboo. Find it hard to "come out" even to strangers, although still respect people within the religion. Looking to discuss impact of muslim upbringing on identity as an atheist in adulthood.
|UK||Iman Ramshekan|| |
I had never really believed in Islam as I was growing up but had to go through the motions as even when I was young I understood how I could never tell my family. During university I actually started to make an effort to practice (influence of arab muslim friends who showed me the difference between religion and culture), but after some years I realised that a lot of it didn't make sense to me. I 'officially' decided to myself that I was not muslim a few years ago in my late 20s. I would love to get to know like minded people.
|UK||Al Amin||London|| |
I am an Atheist.Nothing made me lose faith in an instant. It was a slow process of one realization after another, one fallacy after another, one absurdity after another (these are all based on my experience and perspective, of course). I eventually could not hold on any longer and had to let it go. Then life started to become fuller, more enjoyable, and enlightening. I felt freer and more capable of making a positive impact on the world around me.
|International||moroccan exmuslim||Marrakech|| |
Hey i'm 15 years old i am from morocco i left my relegion islam this year because i am humain and islam is against the humain. now some friends know reject islam but my family no if they know they will disowend me and they will remove me in the house .
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