Ex-Muslims in the West: Attacked from both the right and left, a lecture by Armin Navabi


Ex-Muslims in the West are frequently attacked from bigots on the right, and apologists on the left. This marginalizes many ex-Muslims, leaving them feeling betrayed and unwelcome, muting the most effective force against Islamic extremism. Please join the UBC Freethinkers club in welcoming Armin Navabi who will be talking about this issue in a FREE lecture titled “Ex-Muslims in the West: Attacked from Both Right and Left”. 

The lecture will take place on Thursday March 3rd, 2 PM at room 2306/2309 in the AMS building at UBC. The event will be an hour long, and will include a short Q&A period at the end of the lecture.


Armin Navabi is a former Muslim from Iran and the founder of Atheist Republic, a non-profit organization with over one million fans and followers worldwide that is dedicated to offering a safe community for atheists around the world to share their ideas and meet like-minded individuals. Armin was born and raised in the Islamic Republic of Iran and was indoctrinated thoroughly in the Muslim tradition. After almost losing his life in the pursuit of God’s grace, the devastation of that event motivated him to seek a better understanding of the nature and concept of God and religious belief. Armin’s journey led him to leaving Islam and becoming an atheist. Wanting to reach out to others like himself, Armin continues to examine religion as well as the notion of God and interact with others to engage in thought-provoking and educational discussion.

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March 03, 2016 at 1:00pm - 2pm Pacific Time (US & Canada)
AMS Room 2306/2309
6133 University Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
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