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Ex-Muslims in India find solidarity online as they face social and familial rejection


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MUMBAI, India (RNS) — ‘We needed a place to belong, a safe space to be ourselves.’ Ex-Muslims are driven by a particular need to articulate their disentanglement from their religion and not simply turn atheist.

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2 hours ago, webmdave said:

MUMBAI, India (RNS) — ‘We needed a place to belong, a safe space to be ourselves.’ Ex-Muslims are driven by a particular need to articulate their disentanglement from their religion and not simply turn atheist.

The post Ex-Muslims in India find solidarity online as they face social and familial rejection appeared first on Religion News Service.

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I can imagine that they have it pretty rough!

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