Rana Ahmad

Ahmad speaking at Celebrating Dissent 2019 at [[De Balie]], [[Amsterdam]]. Rana Ahmad or Rana Ahmad Hamd (born 1985) is the pseudonym of a Syrian women's rights activist and ex-Muslim born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, who fled to Germany in 2015, where she currently resides. Her flight, assisted by Atheist Republic and Faith to Faithless, was partially documented in the ''Vice News'' documentary ''Leaving Islam: Rescuing Ex-Muslims'' (2017). Her 2018 German-language autobiography ''Frauen dürfen hier nicht träumen'' ('Women Aren't Allowed to Dream Here'), also translated into French, and became a Spiegel Top-10-best-seller. In 2017, Ahmad founded the Cologne-based Atheist Refugee Relief with the goal of providing 'practical assistance to refugees without religion and to improve their living conditions through political work.' Provided by Wikipedia
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