British Muslims for Secular Democracy
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|Founder||Nasreen Rehman and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown|
British Muslims for Secular Democracy is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting secularism in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2006 by Nasreen Rehman and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown. The group believes the diversity of views among British Muslims is not adequately represented to wider British society and that their image is distorted. The organization is considered by some to be a feminist and progressive Muslim organization.
- Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
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