Maryam Namazie’s TedX Warwick talk on Creativity in Protesting Religious Fundamentalism has finally been published a year later but without slides. Before my talk, there was an attempt to censor some of my slides with nudity. Also, the Islamic Society at Warwick University had petitioned against my talk. I refused to remove any of my […]
Fast-defying persecuted in #Egypt, #Iran, #Turkey, #Pakistan, #SaudiArabia… In protest, dance, kiss, hug, sing, listen to music… – anything that is religiously prohibited – & share. In protest, I dance. I don’t give a #Ramadamn at #Ramadan Music by Shirin Mehrbod.
The ‘modesty costume’ in Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ has rightly become a symbol for women’s protests. Just don’t forget. In real life, this costume is called the #hijab and many #women are imprisoned or attacked for refusing to wear it. Like in #Iran. #SameSexismDifferentCostume #ResistGilead #ResistIslamicTheocracy #8March #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2021 لباس عفت در […]
Prey, review by Maryam Namazie, Evening Standard, 27 February 2021 In her new book , the Somali-born critic of Islam appears more concerned with defending the criminalisation of migration than finding solutions to end the rise in sexual violence against women in the UK and Europe, says Maryam Namazie Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Somali-born […]