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Ex-Muslims in India find solidarity online as they face social and familial rejection

Arif Hussain Theruvath used to fast during Ramadan, studied in a madrassa in the southern state of Kerala, followed fundamentalist Islamic preachers online and prayed five times a day....

August 11, 2021Learn More

Minority within Minority - Conversation with Ali Malik from the CEMB

Join us for a conversation with Ali Malik from the CEMB - April 27 11:30 PM IST...

April 27, 2021Learn More

Ex-Muslims in India | Interview with Founders of ExMIN

Speaking with founders of Ex-Muslims of India, Hina and Dovhakiin. We discuss experiences of Ex-Muslims, Hindutva, atheist organizations in India among other topics. We will also answer livechat questions....

January 11, 2021Learn More

Rishvin Ismath must be protected from Islamist threats to his life

Rishvin Ismath is a former Islamist who co-founded the Council of Ex-Muslims of Sri Lanka. He is the first public ex-Muslim in the country, declaring himself an ex-Muslim atheist before a Parliamentary Select Committee in 2019....

November 5, 2020Learn More

A conversation with the founders of Ex-Muslims Of India.

Politically Incorrect / Episode #4, A conversation with the founders of Ex-Muslims Of India. Wednesday, 9th September 2020...

October 9, 2020Learn More

Quality of education, not religiosity, must be road ahead for Muslim community.

The sight of 80-year-old Bilkis leading the Shaheen Bagh agitation was not a proud moment for our country. It reflects our sharp divisions, which have been made worse by the BJP leaders using foul language against Muslims....

October 9, 2020Learn More

Secret Minority - A Conversation - Ex-Muslims from India & Sri Lanka

"Secret Minority" The first joint online live program by Ex-Muslims of India & Council of Ex-Muslims of Sri Lanka....

October 9, 2020Learn More

Village heads in Murshidabad(West Bengal) district issue fatwa banning music, lottery, watching TV

The fatwa, under the banner of a social reforms committee, also prescribed monetary penalty ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 7,000 and sit-up by holding ears if anyone is found violating the dictate....

August 26, 2020Learn More

Apostasy Day

In the face of intolerance and violence against exmuslims globally. In the month when thousands of people were killed in the name of apostasy and blasphemy by Iran government....

August 21, 2020Learn More

Bangladeshi blogger faces death threats for criticizing Islamic fundamentalism

Rights groups are urging Bangladeshi authorities to withdraw all charges against blogger Asad Noor, restore his passport and end harassment of his family members. Noor fled to India after multiple threats to his life....

August 21, 2020Learn More