Ibtissame Lachgar - atheist, feminist, human rights activist

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Ibtissame Lachgar - atheist, feminist, human rights activist

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Ibtissame Lachgar has been frequently called “the most hated woman in Morocco.”  She is an outspoken atheist, feminist, free speech advocate, human rights activist, and co-founder of the MALI Movement (Mouvement Alternatif pour les Libertés Individuelles). 

She is a strong advocate of sexual and reproductive rights, women's rights, LGBT rights, and abortion rights. She’s led numerous campaigns to promote individual freedoms and freedom of religion, including a picnic during Ramadan to protest against the persecution of non-fasters, a public “Kiss-In” to support teenagers arrested for posting a picture of themselves kissing on Facebook, and dyeing the water in Rabat fountains blood-red, to protest violence against women.

Ibtissame is a member of the 20 February movement in Morocco - they put pressure on the government and monarchy to move towards democracy, dignity and secularism.

Funds raised for Ibtissame will support a demonstration. 

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