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SRO In Defense of Freedom: Ex-Muslims Finally Heard

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First_picPhoto: Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller and panel of former Muslims

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From left, Mohammed Asghar: Originally from Bangladesh, ex-Muslim author and an authority on the Qur’an. Nonie Darwish: Ex-Muslim and human rights activist raised in Gaza; director of Former Muslims United; author of Now They Call Me Infidel; Cruel and Usual Punishment; and The Devil We Don’t Know. Amani Mustafa: Ex-Muslim from Egypt, TV producer and host of a Christian show, The Muslim Woman, appealing to Muslim women in the Middle East, North Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Her show reaches 300 million households globally with 50 million viewers per live program. Ibn Warraq: Pakistani ex-Muslim and renowned scholar; author of Why I Am Not A Muslim; The Quest for the Historical Muhammad; Leaving Islam; Why the West Is Best; and many other books. Ramin Parsha: Iranian NajatTV host who was born and raised as a devout Shiite Muslim is Shiraz, Iran. He is associate Pastor at Nejat Church with Pastor Reza Safa, who also was an Islamic supremacist in Iran and is now one of the most prominent ex-Muslim Christian pastors in America. Dr. Bushra Qader: Originally from Iraq, she is an activist for the rights of former Muslims. Walid Shoebat: Palestinian former jihad terrorist and member of the Muslim Brotherhood; now a Christian and a peace activist.

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Happy warriors include Susan Olsen (Cindy Brady, The Brady Bunch)
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Walid Shoebat, Jamie Glazov of FrontPage Magazine, and Robert Spencer

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Joseph Nassralla, Egyptian Coptic Christian leader, WAY TV

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Walid Shoebat holding court

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Geller, Dr. Bushra Qader, Spencer

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Amani Mustafa brought the audience to tears. She is an ex-Muslim from Egypt, TV producer and host of a Christian show, The Muslim Woman, appealing to Muslim women in the Middle East, North Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Her show reaches 300 million households globally with 50 million viewers per live program.

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Ibn Warraq, Pakistani ex-Muslim and renowned scholar; author of Why I Am Not A Muslim; The Quest for the Historical Muhammad; Leaving Islam; Why the West Is Best; and many other books.

With an unprecedented and unexpected turnout, freedom-lovers thronged to the Marriott Manhattan Beach AFDI/SIOA “Summer Night for Human Rights” town hall, as a standing-room-only crowd heard some of the world’s most courageous and unheralded voices for freedom speak up for the human rights of Muslim apostates and all those victimized by Sharia.

As Hamas-CAIR held its “Islamophobia” hate propaganda fest right down the street, which we understand was sparsely attended by an decidedly unenthusiastic and dutiful crowd (probably largely there on orders), our joy-filled and happy army of warriors called them out on their hypocrisy and deceit. Where is Hamas-CAIR, where is the ACLU, where are the international human rights organizations, on the rights of those who wish to leave Islam? Their silence is deafening, and monstrous. And it falls to us to speak out.

Lovers of freedom and patriots were riveted by the humble testimony of former Muslims who were finally given the platform they deserve in order to tell their stories. Speakers included world-renowned, unsung and unknown heroes who faced enormous hardship and alienation and danger. Another was stabbed multiple times and almost killed. And that was par for the course in his native “moderate” Morocco. He was saved by our AFDI/SIOA “Leaving Islam” bus ad, which he saw on a New York City street and was amazed that someone was articulating his own plight: he wanted to leave Islam, but there was a fatwa on his head, and he had nowhere to go. He found help by following up the contact info on the ad.

One after another they spoke: the moving Amani Mustafa, the erudite Ibn Warraq, the riveting Walid Shoebat, and so many others. Some were choking back tears, some inarticulate and struggling with the language but deeply compelling in their staunch commitment to the truth. Some of these ex-Muslims had never been given the opportunity to speak before. They struggled with their emotions as much as with their words, but were all the more powerful for their depth and sincerity — and they were grateful for the opportunity to finally be heard and to say the words that in any Muslim country would have gotten them killed immediately. All spoke with the same voice, all enunciated the same message, the same pressing warning to clueless and freedom-assuming Americans — Americans who are greeting the devil at the door with a welcoming martini.

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  • fern

    Amani Mustafa brought the audience to tears
    Not very well atm, but in a short remission last night, lol, I did get to hear her on your live stream, and had to fight back a tear or two – then soon after I lost the connection and it went back to the beginning – so, I look forward to the vids.
    Well done all those brave warriors of the truth x

  • edwina

    you are all brave beyond belief

  • Brandy

    One of the speakers was stabbed multiple times and almost killed. And that was par for the course in his native “moderate” Morocco. He was saved by our AFDI/SIOA “Leaving Islam” bus ad, which he saw on a New York City street and was amazed that someone was articulating his own plight: he wanted to leave Islam, but there was a fatwa on his head, and he had nowhere to go. He found help by following up the contact info on the ad.”
    You know, just knowing that makes everything worth while. The phone calls, the protests, the little donations here and there, it’s all worth it knowing that it’s helping someone. Thanks for what you do Pamela and everyone who spoke and those who attended. I agree with fern that you’re all brave warriors.
    And I have to say…Susan Olsen?! I grew up watching the Brady Bunch! I don’t think I missed an episode! Thank you for attending too!!

  • Diane

    I was so honored to meet you and hear everyone speak at the Dearborn event–I wish I could’ve been at this one, as well!

  • cinnamon

    so let me get this straight, if these guys renounce and or relinquish mohammedanism they become politically emancipated. however if jews are to be politically emancipated do they have to renounce or relinquish their religion? the united states i would remind is a secular state, that is without an established state religion (though with plenty of religiosity).
    how thus can jews politically emancipate in the usa? by being popular perhaps? or perhaps the story is actually that emancipation only suits when it’s mohammedans renouncing (i acknowledge mohammedans have many non-secular states that have no political emancipation for minorities). or to put it another way, perhaps this website could put other belief systems under the spotlight, lest it just become another case of the pot calling the kettle black. i don’t think that’s going to happen, though it would be funny, so political emancipation is not its agenda.

  • Kufar Dawg

    @cinnamon
    Did your “thoughts” make more sense in Arabic? Or Urdu? Because they sure don’t make any sense in English.
    “I acknowledge mohammedans have many non-secular states that have no political emancipation for minorities”. Gee, how big of you.
    Maybe you didn’t notice, but these people were being persecuted and assaulted, by “mohammedans”, for renouncing islam. Maybe you didn’t notice but at least one of the speakers had more than one death fatwah pronounced on their head, by “mohammedans” for renouncing islam.

  • Cate

    GREAT, GREAT job!! I got to watch a portion of the live broadcast, and will certainly catch the entire video. Pamela, et al, absolutely amazing. You are doing God’s work. There’s no doubt about that.

  • Kery

    Video is not working???

  • Gullah

    Well done Pamela and Robert!
    You should keep this video at the top for awhile.

  • Thanks for posting all the photos, I always look forward to the pictures from the brilliant events you do. All the speakers were great, and its nice to see EABell following through as well, seems like a real watershed point right now.

  • Asha

    Excellent, Pamela! I trust this goes viral!

  • KKKK

    exclent photos! it was a great night indeed! i wish i could have been there!

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