It gives me great pleasure to inform all of you that the apostates in the UK have been reduced to sending out begging letters to the Charity Commissioner and other supporters for money. Here is an email sent by one of these kaafirs for a handout. Please send your old underwear and razors to Maryam Namazie, Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain. It seems that they have been abandoned by their masters.
I wanted to thank you for your support of the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain. As you know we were in desperate need of financial help and are grateful for the donations of many generous individuals and groups.
What we do – breaking the taboo that comes with renouncing Islam and challenging a movement that sentences apostates to death – is considered ‘controversial’ to say the least and makes it almost impossible to get support from mainstream funders. Also, we haven’t been able to secure charity status.
In its refusal letter the Charity Commission says: “Under English law the advancement of religion is a recognised charitable purpose and charities are afforded certain fiscal privileges by the state. The prohibition of any such financial privilege as called for in the demand made in Manifesto would require a change in law. Similarly a separation of religion from the state and legal and education system would appear to require both constitutional reform and change to the law.”
There is something fundamentally wrong when the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain can’t get charity status but the Sharia Council legislating misogyny in its sharia courts can. And how absurd that defending secularism is not a charitable object but advancing religion is, particularly in this day and age when we are living under an Islamic Inquisition.
Much of the struggle for change throughout history has included demands for changes in the law and in religion’s role in the public space. And this is something the Council of Ex-Muslims will continue to do with your support.
Again, thank you. Please do continue to support us in any way you can; every little bit helps go a long way in the fight that lies ahead.
What I don't understand is this. By taking off their Muslim clothes have they also taken off their education and skills and jobs? Did they think that the Brits would feed them just because they abandoned Islam and opened up a "council of x-men"? Since every little "bit" seems to be of great help to them I am forced to think that this is a group of useless, good for nothing oppurtunists who thought that renouncing Islam would bring in a flood of money, fame and homes...none of which happened to them. Well....I am posting my old underwear to you, Ms "Namazi". Don't know if it will fit you though. Burn in hell.