Atheists of Morocco

Where Moroccan atheists can share with fellow Moroccans !!

does anyone know that you are atheist ?

if not , then do you intend to tell them ? how ?

a sample of the questions we want you to discuss here ...

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Latest Activity: Jun 9

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Started by idcollapse Ra. Last reply by Bryce Jul 5, 2015. 21 Replies

I only wanna know if you , ex muslims, feel the same as I do or not !!Ok ; as an atheist who lives in an islamic country, and in order to stay on the safe side , I know for sure that I shall keep my…Continue

Tags: ramadan

Atheists Coming out in Morocco

Started by Ben Moore Dec 16, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi All,We can all agree that being openly atheist in Morocco is life threatening and punishable by law. But what would it take to change that? What can we do to raise social awareness against social…Continue

Tags: #anapostateexperience, #atheistmoroccans


Started by sami free. Last reply by sami free Nov 10, 2014. 2 Replies

hi , my name is sami , a Moroccan atheist from Fes , from a moment my family beging to have a doubt about me , because they didn see me any more going to the mosk , or doing any religious activity ,…Continue

Looking for atheists in Tangier/Tetouan

Started by tomek bizzle Oct 21, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi there, I'm trying to keep a (relatively) low profile but looking to connect with fellow atheists in Tangier/Tetouan - if you fit this profile please inbox me or post here!Thanks and may the…Continue

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Comment by Hope on August 10, 2012 at 10:19am

Oh! Sorry.. here is the link World Citizens: Defend a free and Secular Middle East and North Africa

Comment by idcollapse Ra on February 17, 2012 at 4:26pm

The  link to the petition leads to nowhere Hope ;  thanks for sharing !!

Comment by Hope on January 12, 2012 at 7:49am

Comment by Hope on November 19, 2011 at 1:27am

Please sign petition defending a free and Secular Middle East and North Africa
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Manifesto for a Secular Middle East and North Africa

The 2009 protests in Iran followed by the Arab Spring have the potential to herald a new dawn for the people of the region and the world. The protests have clearly shown that people in the region, like people everywhere, want to live 21st century lives.

We, the undersigned, emphasise their modern and human dimension and wholeheartedly welcome this immense and historical development. We are vehemently opposed to their hijacking by Islamism or US-led militarism and support the call for a free and secular Middle East and North Africa made by citizens and particularly women in the region. 

Secularism is a minimum precondition for the freedom and equality of all citizens and includes:

1. Complete separation of religion from the state.

2. Abolition of religious laws in the family, civil and criminal codes.

3.  Separation of religion from the educational system.

4. Freedom of religion and atheism as private beliefs.

5. Prohibition of sex apartheid and compulsory veiling.

Comment by Hope on October 26, 2011 at 5:38pm

Comment by Hope on October 26, 2011 at 5:36pm

Comment by idcollapse Ra on August 5, 2011 at 5:19am

Lol  laybark fik  hhh !!! in what way is it getting better ?? do you fast ? I don't and nobody knows !! even the closest friend to me was shocked when he saw me me smoking during ramadan ( by the way he already knew about my atheism )  so please don't try to commit the same mistake and if you wanna eat don't let anyone see you !!!

Comment by Adriano celentano on August 2, 2011 at 6:10am


well it's getting better than before, only 3 hours or so....

3awcher Mabrouka collapse :D

Comment by idcollapse Ra on August 1, 2011 at 11:03pm

lol , Adriano ,well  it's Ramadan and you have to fake fasting !!

is that fair ?


Comment by Adriano celentano on August 1, 2011 at 1:21pm

hi there

hope life is treating you well my Moroccan fellows :)



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