Interviews

Sarah Haider on Normalizing Dissent: A Conversation

After a couple of false starts, Ex-Muslims of North America (EXMNA) finally kicked off its Normalizing Dissent Tour at the University of Colorado Boulder. On the evening of Thursday, October 5, more than 90 people assembled to hear a panel of three Ex-Muslim women – EXMNA co-founder Sarah Haider, Saudi activist Ghada, …

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Sarah Haider on Leaving Islam, Changing Liberals’ Minds, and Ex-Muslims of North America

Malhar Mali: Can you tell us about your journey from being a believer to leaving your faith?  Sarah Haider: As with most people who leave, it started long before I knew it had begun. I started questioning parts of the faith, but I thought that was just the natural process …

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From Muslim to Nonbeliever

Americans raised in a conservative Christian environment know that open rejection of the faith can be difficult, potentially causing painful family conflict and social difficulties. The experience for American Muslims who reject their religion, however, can be even more intense, compounded by several factors: Islamic theology itself, which harshly condemns …

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Sarah Haider on the David Pakman Show

Sarah Haider, American writer, public speaker, activist and a founder of Ex-Muslims of North America, joins David to discuss her organization, her reasons for leaving Islam, and the reaction from different communities

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Friendly Atheist Podcast: Sarah Haider, Ex-Muslim

Our latest podcast guest is Sarah Haider, a co-founder of Ex-Muslims of North America, where she advocates for the acceptance of religious dissent and works to create local support communities for those who have left Islam. Read More at The Friendly Atheist

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Godless Spellchecker – Sarah Haider – Liberal Critique Of Islam

The Excellent Sarah Haider (@SarahTheHaider) returns to The #GSPodcast to talk all about her well-received speech for the AHA titled ‘Islam and The Necessity of Liberal Critique. We talk about feminism, liberal values and the reaction to the recent terror attacks across France, Kuwait and Tunisia. She’ll also be demonstrating …

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