For Mina Ahadi, chairwoman of the Central Council of Ex-Muslims and well-known critic of Islam, the situation of danger has become acute again in the last month. Among them are nine telephone death threats. Will that bother the football club FC Cologne with its jersey advertising for Erdogan’s Islamic dictatorship?
With death threats and terror, groups are trying to silence dissenters and critics in Germany, including the chairwoman of the Central Council of Ex-Muslims and well-known critic of Islam, Mina Ahadi. Ahadi is a constant thorn in the side of the Iranian regime and Muslims because of her activities as a human rights activist and dissident.Ahadi has been campaigning against the Islamic regime of Iran for 41 years. This includes her engagement against the compulsory wearing of headscarves, against stoning and against the death penalty. It is precisely for these reasons that she was sentenced to death in absentia in Iran. Since 1990, however, she has continued her work for human and women’s rights from abroad and, with the help of millions of people around the world, has managed to organise a successful campaign to put an end to stoning in Iran. In addition, several people sentenced to death were saved from execution through public pressure, according to the ex-Muslims’ website.The fact that a woman speaks out so loudly and courageously against political Islam at all levels is hard to bear for reactionary and misogynist organisations and governments, but also for the Muslim living nearby. Mina Ahadi thus repeatedly becomes the target of intimidation attempts, even threats of murder.A right signal sent out by the Federal Government would therefore be to better protect human rights activists, especially in their own country, so that they can carry on their important mission without restrictions and the constant fear for life and limb, the ex-Muslims continued.In view of this dangerous situation, the current submission of the FC Cologne to Islam is a slap in the face of all those who speak out against Islamic dictatorships. However, FC Cologne does not find anything wrong with depicting the German DITIB Central Mosque on its new jerseys and sells this to its fans as “multi-cultural tolerance”. However, the mosque shown here is not just any ordinary mosque. It is also not just a random DITIB mosque. It is the headquarters of all German DITIB mosques, founded by the Turkish ” Board for Religious Affairs” (Diaynet), which is directly subordinated to the Turkish Islamic despot Erdogan.