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  • Statistics regarding persecution of apostates
     OP - February 23, 2012, 03:28 AM

    I'm working on a booklet that is suppose to raise concerns for ex-Muslims and I can't seem to find any statistics on it as to how many apostates have been persecuted by Muslims and how many face imprisonment by councils etc. Any suggestions?

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    Sky-bound was the mind, earth-bound the body rests."
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  • Re: Statistics regarding persecution of apostates
     Reply #1 - February 23, 2012, 07:25 AM

    As you would expect, the research in this area is almost non-existent. Crime surveys in the UK and US don't exactly have sections for persecuted ex-Muslims and I wouldn't expect any soon. The closest I could find is this page from wikiislam (which isn't a site I recommend or endorse) which has made q list of cases, and I think qualitive data is the closest we can get at the moment. Sorry.
    (I hope I'm wrong)

    http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Persecution_of_Ex-Muslims

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