Council of Ex-Muslims & Freethought Lebanon

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain was formed in June 2007 in order to break the taboo that comes with renouncing Islam, highlight the plight of ex-Muslims, challenge Sharia, apostasy and blasphemy laws and take a stand for reason, universal rights and secularism. Freethought Lebanon is an initiative that seeks to empower freethinkers, promote secularism and humanism, and protect freethinkers at risk. Both organisations are members of Ex-Muslims International.

Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain was formed in June 2007 in order to break the taboo that comes with renouncing Islam, highlight the plight of ex-Muslims, challenge Sharia, apostasy and blasphemy laws and take a stand for reason, universal rights and secularism. Freethought Lebanon is an initiative that seeks to empower freethinkers, promote secularism and humanism, and protect freethinkers at risk. Both organisations are members of Ex-Muslims International.