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  1. Zakaria Lahmicha

    , Morocco

    actually i was a muslim, but now I don't believe in that religion anymore.
    because i can't believe in god that he forsake his people.I know there is a murderous committed in his name every day, blood flowing like rivers and enlarge his name when slaughtered necks, weak bit of a straw and women are not human beings. I've seen the hypocrisy of his grades polytheism. I see why some hypocritical nation, where mattresses were based first in this sin. and a lot of thinks!

  2. masi

    , Iran

    Hi dear all,
    I am an ex-muslem & I'm not safe in Iran. I don't believe in Islam. Could you please help me to come out of Iran with my 10 years old daughter safely?

  3. Voltaire

    , Nigeria

  4. Lilian Elkady

    , cairo, egypt

    i'm lillian, 23 years old i'm an egyptian agnostic (exmuslim) transgender girl, persecution and hatred based on religion or sexual orientation and gender identity is the vast majority's culture, i became an agnostic in 2013 when i was 20 while i was studying in the faculty of science - cairo university then in 2015 i came out as transgender and i've been facing a strong hate and discrimination based on the two former reason i don't usually walk down the street as a girl because the morality police is everywhere i'm trapped and i feel closeted anyway and looking for any activism community to communicate with and to share ideas, for uk especially i've read and watched documentaries about radical islam growing and muslim patrols trying to impose sharia law on free people in a supposedly free country so being outspoken about exislam is a very interesting matter to me

  5. Paulo Lima

    , Rio de Janeiro

    Hello everyone, I'm Paulo and I live in Rio de Janeiro. Due the fact that a see a backlash in the mainstream press against ex-muslims and the criticism of islam I'd like to help you in all way that I can. As an atheist who lived in a christian country and my family being all catholic I faced challenges for leaving the religion but never feel that someone wanted to kill me or threat my civil rights and freedom for that reason I think is very important to help ex-muslims who just want to make their life choices without being persecuted.

  6. ahmed

    , russia

    my name is ahmed i was born in south yeman aden . my family was an Atheist family and when our country was attack by muslims . they tried to kill us we traveled ksa, thats the second hell(islam took our aden and now i live in dangerous! plz i need help

  7. ahmed

    , st.peterburg

    my name is ahmed i was born in south yeman aden . my family was an Atheist family and when our country was attack by muslims . they tried to kill us we traveled ksa, thats the second hell(islam took our aden and now i live in dangerous! plz i need help

  8. Malek

    , France, Marseille

    I was born into Islam from an Algerian moderate Muslim family. I never fully understood a lot about Islam until I was an adolescent. Throughout my teenage hood, I read the Quran and started doubting my faith especially considering my debauched life style. But it is only at the age of 21, a year ago that I fully left behind all the doctrines of Islam and simply stopped believing. I think it is the deal of a lot of "moderate Muslims", reconciling the Western life style and the religion to a certain point that it becomes impossible. I still love my family and my direct family has not denied me of anything and still support me. I consider myself lucky for not having a more pious family.

  9. Mejda Mokrane


    Hello
    I don't want to be labeled with terrorism when I travel
    I'll never ask asylum I'll never become a refugee I don't need it at the moment
    but i don't want to be treated as a terrorist just because of my nationality
    I don't want to be despised two times, in my country because I'm not Muslim and out of my country because of my nationality they think I'm Muslim
    do you give cards or certificate? I really want one
    I'll be in London for the month of July please message me
    Kind regards

  10. Tsubasa Hime

    , Toronto, Canada

    Hi, I am a part of EXMNA, Canada. Just wishing to connect with ex muslims from all over the world. I've been an open atheist for about 6 years. My family is quite conservative but they tolerate me as I tolerate them. I want to find more ex muslims and offer a hand of help whenever possible.

  11. mooody

    , SUDAN - KHARTOUM

    The Strict religious activities especially in Saudi Arabia, the environment in which I grew up in. Then came Sudan since high school and began to unearth the beginning of the books that gave them to my father wrote Bratrand Ressel including began on the question of universal existence. My father in the family only intellectually liberal because he is a communist background, but his brothers and his family, my mother and her family strict religiously. But this is still under wraps in myself and I am now on the threshold of graduation from university .
    I want to live the life that I want and I'm happy to have found this platform where one can discuss about it publicly.

  12. Maged Saleh

    , Frankfurt, Germany

    My name is Maged Saleh, Egyptian pharmacist, a current PhD student in Germany. I'm an ex-muslim and agnostic since 2011.

    I would like to keep in touch with issues and challenges ex-muslims face everday.

  13. Kush


    Hello Everyone! My name is Kush, originally I'm from India (currently living in the United States), although I've never been a muslim I've always been interested in learning about different religions, philosophies, and belief systems from around the world. I consider myself as a spiritual seeker, someone whose realized he doesnt know. To me, truth cannot be found in a book, you cant learn what it means to be human or about this life from a book, but only through experiencing life itself. I've looked any many different religions including the abrahamic religions including their holy books (torah, bible, quran). I realized religion creates more of division and conflict than anything else. If you just look at our history people have killed, fought, and done the stupidest things in the name of god. Many of these so called religions claim to have a "Loving" god. However, if you go against that god he will burn you in the fires of hell...Is that your idea of love? Follow my rules or burn? Thats very conditional, infact I wouldn't even call it love. I'm sure as muslims it must be hard to leave your religion especially because the punishment for apostasy is death in islam. It's time we make a shift in humanity, human beings need to realize our unity, this is the only way peace can happen. We must live authentically - that means not live life based on how we were conditioned through religion, culture, family, society, media, etc. but instead use our own intelligence and intuition to look at life. Every human being, no matter where he comes from in the end is seeking to live a happy, fulfilled life. Yes this can be done without any dogmatic, fundamentalist belief system and ideologies. I would like to show my support and be there for anyone seeking comfort that may be going through hard times.

  14. Ray Nardi

    , West Java, Indonesia

    I am a 20 year-old student from Bandung, Indonesia. I was born from a muslim family in a country that has a majority of Muslim population. Until I reach 18 years old I began to doubt my religion, the more I learn and discover the more I realise that it doesn't make any sense, that it's not the religion of peace at all, and I have many more reasons.
    At the age of 20, I have lost my faith and I really want to speak out and join a community that enables me to share this. Because in my country, if you're an apostate, especially if you apostate from Islam, it will be likely that you will be socially excluded from the society.

  15. tarik aarbaoui

    , Kasbat Tadla

    I want to find peace

  16. noble

    , bangladesh

    Im muslim by born, but now im believe on atheism. In my country ( bangladesh ) the social and political condition is not supportive about atheism. its a peculiar situation that, any one cant express himself as a atheist. i get tired and tensed about future of my only 2 yrs daughter .

  17. Fitri Fahmi

    , Malaysia

    i am 15 years old and left islam this year without my parent knowledge. i hate the fact that im born into muslim family.i feel like i can't hide my true belief anymore and just wanna come out but i can't because im so scared with their reaction i hope there are teenager that same with me

  18. Navid

    , Pakistan

    I am just depressed from sectarian killing honor killing and such things in islam

  19. Mohammad Naeem

    , Islamabad, Pakistan

    Hi,
    I am Mohammad Naeem from Pakistan. I am a 27 years old boy with two master degrees: one in English Literature and other in Islamic Studies. My deep study of Quran (holy book of Muslims) revealed the facts and eventually I am an ex-Muslim now. But presently I am facing serious security threat and living in a very miserable condition. My parents kicked me out. Can you help me to have a freedom of speech, so that I can express my ideas to be the part of change. I am a motivated humanist and feminist in Pakistan but currently facing a serious type of threat to my life. I will be waiting for your response. Thank you

    Regards,
    Mohammad Naeem
    Pakistan

  20. paolo

    , bruxelles Belgium

    Please include a statement as to why you want to join and the significance of the organisation for you. Any background information would be useful.
    Dear ex muslims ,
    My name is Paolo and I currently live in Belgium . I was raised as a christian catholic and took all the sacraments . After reading the bible in my teen ages I became an atheist and engaged in informal conversations and debates with followers of all faiths . Especially after the terrorists attacks in Belgium I started reading with the utmost care possible the very sources of islam and found them to be at least as shocking as the sources of christianity . I have the chance to have many muslim friends and I am looking for the best possible way to inform my self and have a critical debate with them on the subject of islam. I also am considering to start a university course of studies on Islam which I regard as a doctrine in sheer conflict with the universal declaration of human rights . I would also like to reach out to ex muslim organizations here in Belgium and support them in any possible non violent and critical way. I thank you in advance for any information you could provide me on the fields I have just mentioned. Keep up with the good work.
    Paolo

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