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Speaker banned from Warwick University over fears of offending Islam
An ex-Muslim campaigner has hit out after she was banned from speaking at Warwick University when the students' union said it was concerned she could incite hatred or offend Islam.
Human rights campaigner Maryam Namazie, a member of the Council of Ex-Muslims, is well known for giving talks which challenge aspects of the religion she does not agree with.
The Iranian-born secularist was invited to Warwick University's Students' Union by Warwick Atheists, Secularists and Humanists' Society to give a talk on October 28.
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