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  • Set My People Free

    Set My People Free is a network of individuals, churches and organizations working for the freedom of converts from Islam to live and practice their new faith, to experience equality and justice in their home countries. More +
  • Signs of Protest

  • Victims of Apostasy and Blasphemy Laws

  • 20th OSCE/HDIM - Warsaw, Poland

  • Manifestation in Stockholm

  • Protest at Sudanese Embassy in Cairo

  • Almedalen Week in Sweden

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  • WITHOUT FREEDOM TO CHANGE RELIGION there is no religious freedom. Apostasy and blasphemy laws in Islam strip the individual from the right to have freedom of thought, religion and conscience, and deprive the ex-Muslim the right to exist in an Islamic state.
    Open Letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • SALMAN TASEER (1944-2011) was a Pakistani businessman and politician who served as the 26th governor of the province of Punjab. Taseer was shot dead by his guard because the guard was in disagreement with Taseer’s opposition to the blasphemy law.
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  • THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS is a declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948. The Declaration represents the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled.
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  • COUNTRIES WHERE APOSTASY AND BLASPHEMY LAWS are applied today. Click on map to see a larger view.
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  • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM FOR THE MUSLIM WORLD: THE UNLIKELY ACTIVISM OF KAMAL FAHMI
    Kamal Fahmi left his 35 years of formal missionary work trading it for a new cause: Religious freedom. Operating from Egypt, he founded an NGO Set My People Free dedicated to fight the blasphemy and apostasy laws that ironically limit the rights of Muslims.
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  • IDENTITY CRISIS - RELIGIOUS REGISTRATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST by Jonathan Andrews reveals the ways that religious registration not only brings difficulties of inequality, racism and intolerance to Christians and to Muslims who choose to follow Christ, but also how it feeds prejudices within Islam (Sunni vs. Shia).
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We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice, we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself.  

– Dietrich Bonhoeffer