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Maryam Namazie’s speech and the ensuing discussion on Sharia, Political Islam and Women’s Rights on March 20, 2009 at UBC in Vancouver, Canada:

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Panel discussion on Political Islam, Sharia and Women’s Rights with Maryam Namazie (Spokesperson of Equal Rights Now, Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain and One Law for All Campaign against Sharia Law in Britain), Tarek Fatah (Founder of Muslim Canadian Congress and Author of “Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State,” Justin Trottier (Executive Director of Center for Inquiry, Ontario) and Issam Shukri (Head of the Organization for the Defense of Secularism and Civil Rights in Iraq), Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2009

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Maryam Namazie’s speech on Freedom of Expression and Political Islam at the Centre for Inquiry, Toronto, Canada, March 16, 2009 [External Link]

One Law for All Campaign against Sharia Law in Britain’s International Women’s Day was a resounding success March 10, 2009

Maryam Namazie’s speech at the December 10, 2008 One Law for All Campaign against Sharia law in Britain launch:

Gina Khan’s speech at the December 10, 2008 One Law for All Campaign against Sharia law in Britain launch:

Carla Revere’s speech at the December 10, 2008 One Law for All Campaign against Sharia law in Britain launch:

Ibn Warraq’s speech at the December 10, 2008 One Law for All Campaign against Sharia law in Britain launch:

Keith Porteous Wood’s speech at the December 10, 2008 One Law for All Campaign against Sharia law in Britain launch, click here:

Johann Hari, Ibn Warraq, Roy Brown and Maryam Namazie comment on the problem
with Sharia law at the October 10, 2008 conference on Political Islam, Sharia Law and Civil Society:

Sharia law and Citizenship Rights, October 10, 2008 conference on Political Islam, Sharia Law and Civil Society Part 1:

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Maryam Namazie’s speech at the March 2004 public meeting against Sharia law in Canada:

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  1. Nash October 21, 2009 at 6:51 am

    I am from the Middle East. I can not believe it that Sharia is going to applied in the West. That is a shame. I am glad that the Humanists are leading the fight. But I have to say, libral and humanists are reaping what they saw. They are the one to plame(partially)because their idiologies and unrealistic Utabia thinking that brought this on them. I predicted this and use to saying to my very lebral friends, the Islam that you are fighting for will turn on you first. I hope it is not too late for all of us. It is shame that the other religions are not joining the fight. They will be as of a target as the librals. I hope that all of us forget about our differences and idiologies and unite against the Islamization of the word. Peace

  2. om October 28, 2009 at 2:32 am

    This appeasement-driven Islamification of the world is potentially one of the most dangerous phenomenons of modern day.
    I hope, for all our sakes, that it never comes to pass. I do not want my children and grandchildren to live in a society in which they will bear witness to: the poor treatment of women, the religious brainwashing of children whereby they are chocked from making personal and/or religious choices — from FREEDOM — in large part from fear of punishment as per Sharia law. I, as a Westerner, am also extremely uncomfortable and anxious with women/men (I could never know, truly) covering their faces and bodies as Sharia commands. I do not feel safe. It has absolutely nothing to do with them being Muslim. I would not feel safe if any woman walked down the street dressed in such a way. In our society, it should be known, that the only people who cover their faces are criminals, chemical engineers, surgeons and spec-ops personnel.

    I commend Muslims who stand against Sharia and do their best to adapt to another culture instead of imposing their ideologies upon it. There is a way to co-exist, but the rules of another country — whether it be “offensive” humour (which is something that, in the West, comedians reserve the right to employ) or dress style/education/family life — have to be respected. If they are challenged, it would have to have nothing to do with religion.

  3. Rash November 27, 2009 at 9:25 am

    sooner or later this country will be controlled by the Muslims and extremist people.

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