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EX-Muslim TV (Twitter)

EX-Muslim TV (Twitter)

There are some very clear examples in here of why Islamic ideology is very dangerous and that it isn't all 'Muslims' as many do not believe in their hearts but are forced to show outward signs of obeisance to Islam through fear of being killed:

 

"Muslim woman, how could you accept religious traditions that say 'your husband has the right to hit you'?"

Egyptian

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Muslim woman, how could you accept living such life?"

Egyptian

— ExMuslim TV ()

I have a dream that one day the wind of freedom will blow away the last hijab ever forced on a woman's hair, in Iran, in Britain, on Earth.

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Criticizing ideas moves society forward. The word Islamophobia is used to censor hate AND genuine challenging of ideas."

Canadian

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Millions of ExMuslims across the world are forced to publicly identify as Muslims."

Pakistani-Canadian

— ExMuslim TV ()

"In the East, Islam silences us violently.

In the West, Islam tries to silence us using the term 'Islamophobia.'"

Moroccan

— ExMuslim TV ()

"I left Islam because I was born a gay man. I have had family killed for a similar reason."

Sudanese

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Why would I need to follow Mohamed's arbitrary moral guidelines?"

Canadian

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Am I an Islamophobe? Or isn't Islam freedomophobe?"

Moroccan

— ExMuslim TV ()

"Asking the forbidden questions made me renounce Islam."

British-Sudanese

— ExMuslim TV ()

"In Sudan, I renounced Islam: I had to flee.

In the UK, I criticized sharia courts: I faced death threats, hate campaigns, police blamed me"

— ExMuslim TV ()

"This is my first time saying it in public: I am an ExMuslim. Not covering up my face could get me killed."

Closeted

— ExMuslim TV ()