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Prominent Supporters

Sharia law is discriminatory and unjust, particularly against women and children. Sharia courts in Britain are a quick and cheap route to injustice and do nothing to promote minority rights and social cohesion. Their voluntary nature is a sham as many women will be pressured into going to these courts and abiding by their decisions. Those who fail to make use of Sharia law or seek to opt out will be made to feel guilty and can be treated as apostates and outcasts.

  • Abdullah Asadi, Executive Director, International Federation of Iranian Refugees, Sweden
  • AC Grayling, Writer and Philosopher, London, UK
  • Afsaneh Vahdat, Coordinator, Council of Ex-Muslims of Sweden, Sweden
  • Afshin Ellian, Professor, Leiden University Faculty of Law, Netherlands
  • Ahlam Akram, Executive Committee member of the Arab Jewish Forum and Joint Action for Israeli Palestinian Peace, UK
  • Alan Johnson, Editor,, Lancashire, UK
  • Anne-marie Lizin, Honorary Spokesperson of the Belgian Senate and Coordinator of the Association against Honour Crimes and Forced Marriages, Belgium
  • Annie Sugier, President, Ligue du Droit International des Femmes, France
  • Anthony McIntyre, Writer, Ireland
  • AronRa, Magic Sandwich Show, USA
  • Asqar Karimi, Central Committee Member, Worker-communist Party of Iran, London, UK
  • Atheist Society of India, India
  • Austin Dacey, Representative to the United Nations, Center for Inquiry-International, USA
  • Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Writer, USA
  • Babak Yazdi, Head of Khavaran, Canada
  • Bahram Soroush, Founding member, Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, UK
  • Beatrice Monroy, Poet, Italy
  • Bev LeFrancois, Member of Women of Halton Action Movement and Canadians in Support of Afghan Women, Canada
  • Brighton Secular Humanists
  • Canadians in Support of Afghan Women, Canada
  • Carla Revere, Barrister and Chairperson of the Lawyers’ Secular Society, UK
  • Caroline Fourest, Writer, France
  • Caspar Melville, Editor, New Humanist magazine, London, UK
  • Catherine Lefèvre, women’s rights activist, France
  • Center for Inquiry, USA
  • Centre for Secular Space, UK
  • Christopher Hitchens, Author, USA
  • Claire Rayner, late Vice-President, British Humanist Association, UK
  • Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain, UK
  • Council of Ex-Muslims of France, France
  • Council of Ex-Muslims of Germany, Germany
  • Council of Ex-Muslims of Morocco, Morocco
  • Council of Ex-Muslims of Scandinavia, Sweden
  • Cyrus and Betsy Giffen Nowrasteh, Filmmakers, Stoning of Soraya M, USA
  • Dan Barker, Co-President of Freedom from Religion Foundation, USA
  • Darren Johnson, Green Party Member, London Assembly, UK
  • David Nicholls, President of the Atheist Foundation of Australia, Australia
  • David Pollock, President of the European Humanist Federation, UK
  • Deeyah Khan, Filmmaker, USA
  • Derek Lennard, Chariperson, Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association, UK
  • Diana Nammi, Director of Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation, UK
  • Djemila Benhabib, author of Ma vie à Contre Coran, France
  • Doreen Massey, Peer, House of Lords, London, UK
  • DPR Jones, Magic Sandwich Show, USA
  • Ed Buckner, President, American Atheists, USA
  • Eduardo Robredo Zugasti, Tercera Cultura, Spain
  • Equal Rights Now – Organisation against Women’s Discrimination in Iran, Sweden
  • European Humanist Federation, Belgium
  • Fahimeh Sadeghi, Coordinator, International Federation of Iranian Refugees-Vancouver, Canada
  • Fariborz Pooya, Founder, Iranian Secular Society, UK
  • Farideh Arman, Coordinator, International Campaign in Defence of Women’s Rights in Iran, Sweden
  • Farshad Hoseini, Activist, International Campaign against Executions, Netherlands
  • Fitnah – Movement for Women’s Liberation, UK
  • Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association, UK
  • Gilbert Corniglion, Drummondville, QC, Canada
  • Gina Khan, Activist, Birmingham, UK
  • Gita Sahgal, Director of Centre for Secular Space, UK
  • Hamed Abdel-Samad, Political Scientist and Author, Germany/Egypt
  • Hameeda Hossain, women’s rights activist, Bangladesh
  • Hamid Taqvaee, Central Committee Secretary, Worker-communist Party of Iran, Canada
  • Hartmut Krauss, Editor, Hintergrund, Germany
  • Homa Arjomand, Coordinator, International Campaign against Sharia Courts in Canada, Canada
  • Hope Knutsson, Chair, Sidmennt, Icelandic Ethical Humanist Association, Iceland
  • Houzan Mahmoud, Abroad Representative, Organisation of Women’s Freedom in Iraq, London, UK
  • Humanist and Ethical Union of Kenya, Kenya
  • Ibn Warraq, Writer, USA
    International Committee against Executions, Netherlands
  • International Committee against Stoning, Germany
  • International Humanist and Ethical Union, UK
    Iranian Secular Society, UK
  • Iran Solidarity, UK
  • Issam Shukri, Head, Defense of Secularism and Civil Rights in Iraq; Central Committee Secretary, Left Worker-communist Party of Iraq, Iraq
  • Jaya Gopal, Founder Chairman, Atheist Society of India and Scientific Student Federation, India
  • Joan Smith, Writer and activist, UK
  • Johann Hari, Journalist, London, UK
  • Julie Bindel, Writer and co-founder of Justice for Women, UK
  • Karin Vogelpohl, Pedagogue, Germany
  • Keith Porteous Wood, Executive Director, National Secular Society, UK
  • Keyvan Javid, Director, New Channel TV, London, UK
  • Khalim Massoud, President, Muslims Against Sharia, Washington, DC, USA
  • Khayal Ibrahim, Coordinator, Organization of Women’s Liberation in Iraq; Arabic Anchor for Secular TV, Canada
  • LAIQUES – Région PACA, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France
  • Laura Cima, Laboratorio politico di Torino, Italy
  • Laura Guidetti, Marea Association, Italy
  • Lawyers’ Secular Society, London, UK
  • Lilian Halls French, European Feminist Initiative President, France
  • Mahin Alipour, Coordinator, Equal Rights Now – Organisation against Women’s Discrimination in Iran, Sweden
  • Maria Hagberg, Chair, Network against Honour-Related Violence, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Marieme Hélie-Lucas, Algerian sociologist and founder of the international solidarity network, Women Living Under Muslim laws and Secularism is a Women’s Issue, France
  • Marino Busdachin, General Secretary, Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization, Netherlands
  • Marvin F. Zayed, President, International Committee to Protect Freethinkers, Canada
  • Maryam Jamel, Activist, Women’s Liberation in Iraq, Canada
  • Maryam Namazie, Campaigner, UK
  • Mehboob Khan, Labour Councillor for Greenhead Ward, Kirklees Council, UK
  • Mehul Kamdar, Former editor of The Modern Rationalist, USA
  • Michael Schmidt-Salomon, Chief Executive Officer, Giordano Bruno Foundation, Germany
  • Michèle Vianès, President of Regards de Femmes, France
  • Mina Ahadi, Spokesperson, Council of Ex-Muslims of Germany; Coordinator, International Committee against Stoning, Germany
  • Mohammad Asangaran, Political activist, Germany
  • Naser Khader, Founder, Association of Democratic Muslims, Denmark
  • National Secular Society, UK
  • Navid Minay, General Secretary, Communist Youth Organization, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Nazanin Afshin-Jam, Coordinator, Stop Child Executions Campaign, Canada
  • Nazanin Borumand, Never Forget Hatun Campaign against Honour Killings, Germany
  • Never Forget Hatun Campaign against Honour Killings, Germany
  • NiceOnes UK, UK
  • Nick Doody, Comedian, UK
  • Nina Sankari, President of the European Feminist Initiative, Poland
  • Ophelia Benson, Editor, Butterflies and Wheels, USA
  • Patty Debonitas, Spokesperson Iran Solidarity, UK
  • Paula Kirby, Writer, UK
  • Peter Tatchell, Campaigner, UK
  • Polly Toynbee, Writer, UK
  • Pragna Patel, Director of Southall Black Sisters
  • PZ Myers, American biology professor at the University of Minnesota Morris and author of the science blog Pharyngula, USA
  • Rahila Gupta, Activist, London, UK
  • Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan, Pakistan
  • Reza Moradi, Producer, Fitna Remade, London, UK
  • Richard Dawkins, Scientist, UK
  • Roy Brown, Past President, International Humanist and Ethical Union, Switzerland
  • Rumy Hassan, University of Sussex, UK
  • Ruth Kithei and Teresia Naomi, Kenya Association of Humanists in Aid of Women Atheists, Kenya
  • Samir Noory, Writer and Secular TV Manager, Canada
  • Sargul Ahmad, Activist, Women’s Liberation in Iraq, Canada
  • Scientific Student Federation, India
  • Shahla Daneshfar, Central Committee Member, Equal Rights Now – Organisation against Women’s Discrimination in Iran, UK
  • Shakeb Isaar, Singer, Sweden
  • Shiva Mahbobi, Producer, Against Discrimination TV Programme, London, UK
  • Siba Shakib, Iranian/German Film-maker and activist, USA
  • Silvia Torneri and Tiziana Dal Pra of the Association Trama di Terre, Imola, Bologna, Italy
  • Sohaila Sharifi, Editor, Unveiled, UK
  • Sonja Eggerickx, President, International Humanist and Ethical Union, Belgium
  • Southall Black Sisters, UK
  • Stephen Law, Editor, Royal Institute of Philosophy journal, London, UK
  • Stuart Bechman, President of Atheist Alliance International, USA
  • Susan Blackmore, Psychologist, UK
  • Tahir Aslam Gora, Writer and journalist, Canada
  • Tanya Smith, President of Atheist Alliance International, France
  • Taslima Nasrin, Writer and Activist, Bangladesh
  • Tauriq Moosa, Writer, Capetown, South Africa
  • Terry Sanderson, President, National Secular Society, UK
  • Udo Schuklenk, Philosophy professor, Queen’s University, Canada
  • Union des Familles Laïques – section Arles-Istres, France
  • Union des Familles Laïques – section Marseille-Aix-en-Provence, France
  • Women Against Fundamentalism, UK
  • Women of Halton Action Movement, Canada
  • Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Writer and founding member of British Muslims for Secular Democracy, UK
  • Yasmin Rehman, Women’s Rights Campaigner, UK

Supporters in alphabetical order, updated 01/06/2016

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