Fauzia Ilyas

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Fauzia Ilyas
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Born (1989-05-26) May 26, 1989 (age 33)
Lahore, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistan
Occupation human rights activist
Known for Founder of Atheist & Agnostic Alliance Pakistan

Fauzia Ilyas (Template:Lang-ur, born 26 May 1989) is a Pakistani human rights activist and free thinker. She became known for founding an Atheist, Nonbelievers organization. In Pakistan state religion is Islam but in Pakistan there is no law for Apostasy and even if it is reported to the police and proven it is not punishable by death. Even in Blasphemy law Blasphemy is not punishable by death in Pakistan but she became a subject of several death threats by some extremists. In 2015, Fauzia sought asylum in Netherlands because her family members and religious fanatics threatened her life, and the authorities threatened to arrest her for blasphemy.[1] [2]

Atheist & Agnostic Alliance Pakistan (AAAP)

Fauzia is the founder and president of the Atheist & Agnostic Alliance Pakistan, First Pakistani organization for Ex-Muslims, Atheists, Nonbelievers Affiliated and recognized by Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain & International Humanist and Ethical Union [3]

AAAP main purpose is to organize and unite all Atheists, Ex-Muslims of Pakistan, in country or abroad.

first priority to let know the people of Pakistan & world that Atheists exists in Pakistan.

Pakistani society doesn't accept people as an atheist, non believers; atheism and renounce Islam is seen as a crime in Pakistani society.

Encourage Pakistani people to accept logical conclusions, scientific & historical facts and realize that religions and gods are merely man-made stories, stemming from superstitions & prejudices.

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