One woman’s brush with Sharia courts in the UK: "It ruined my life forever"
“My daughter and I appeared before the Sharia court at Regent's Park mosque in London. They were not interested in anything we had to say, the whole process was shocking.”
Islam and the "culture of offence": missing the point
In the age of ISIS, dissent and criticism of religion is a life and death necessity. It has been - and remains - key for human progress.
Promoting the global secular alternative in the ISIS era
While many of us watch in horror as ISIS advances, and fundamentalist ideas spread across religious traditions around the world, Maryam Namazie and Marieme Hélie-Lucas - secular feminists from Iran and Algeria - told Karima Bennoune why they are convening the International Secular Conference in London.