Mira’s troublesome escape from Yemen brought her to a big unknown city where her pursuit of freedom begins.

[ 2 minutes to read ] Episode 2, where Mira was captured and beaten by the police, prevented from traveling but found her way out anyway All episodes can be read via this link Mira had planned to depart from Yemen a week ago, but encountered a setback when she was arrested and subjected to physical abuse. Forced to sign a […]

Our new project: Help to stop Boko Haram recruiting child soldiers

[ 2 minutes to read ] The Almajiri system is a traditional Islamic education system that has been prevalent in Northern Nigeria for centuries. Historically, it served as a means of imparting Quranic knowledge to young boys, who are often sent away from their homes to live with Islamic scholars. The term “Almajiri” is derived from the Arabic word “al-Muhajirun,” meaning […]

Leaving Bangladesh was the first hurdle for Shadhin, finding ways to stay safe elsewhere is the second.

[ 5 minutes to read ] “I get constant threats from the jihadis on the phone/social media. I’m hiding from them all these years. What if they get to know my location because those people whom we used to trust are even against us now. I’m sick of dealing with them already. I can’t take all these stresses anymore. It has been ongoing for five years now. I am living without freedom and peace and I need to leave this place as soon as possible.”

The story of Amir – fighting against diabetes, homophobia and Islamic radicalism in Yemen

[ 3 minutes to read ] Deserted by his family, jobless and fighting against diabetes, Amir needs support to find a safe accommodation and to afford his medications Amir (we are using an alias, for safety reasons) is from San’a’, the capital of Yemen, a country where radical Islamism is still deeply rooted. As a gay man, he was never accepted […]

Help Ahmed, a Persecuted LGBTQ+ Activist from Uganda, and his 6-year-old son Heal and Reunite

[ 9 minutes to read ] As an LGBTQ activist in Uganda, Elijah has been tortured and sexually abused by the police, persecuted bij family members. His shop and house have been set on fire and he had to flee the country leaving his adorable children behind. He is in a Rwandan hospital now, where he can not leave if he doesn t pay the bills. Elijah wishes to embrace once again his two little children. He needs your help to get the medications he needs and safely return to his home.

Starting a new chapter in a foreign country: Dolly, after fleeing the threats in Egypt as a queer faces difficulties in finding a job.

[ < 1 minute to read ] Dolly (an alias) is a lesbian Ex-Muslim from Egypt. She is a person, willing to secure a better future for herself and the world and most importantly for LGBT rights in her own country. She was raised as a queer female in an abusive family. Some of the things she has experienced would destroy someone’s […]

Masika starts work project for Atheists in Uganda

[ < 1 minute to read ] The Atheist society of Uganda is a small group of atheist that unites atheist of Uganda. We unite ex-Muslims and ex-Christians. Many atheist in Uganda face many consequences, embarrassment, torture, neglected and expelling others from their families. The Uganda government supports theism over atheism because in Islamic religion you can be killed if you convert […]