Mina Ahadi

Spokesperson, Organization founder

1956 –

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Who is Mina Ahadi?

Mina Ahadi born 1956 is an Iranian-Austrian human rights activist. As a Communist political activist she is a current member of the Central Committee and Politburo of the Worker-Communist Party of Iran.

Mina Ahadi is opposed to faith based laws and promotes citizenship rights and one secular law for all. Ahadi is also the main figure of International Committee Against Executions and International Committee Against Stoning. She is also the main founder of the German Central Council of Ex-Muslims. The Central Council of Ex-Muslims aims to break the taboo that comes with renouncing Islam and to oppose apostasy laws and political Islam.

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Born
1956
Abhar
Nationality
  • Iran
  • Austria
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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