Waleed Al-Husseini

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Waleed Al-Husseini (born June 25, 1989 in Qalqilya) is a Palestinian essayist, writer and blogger. In October 2010, the Palestinian Authority arrested him for allegedly blaspheming against Islam on Facebook and in blog posts; his arrest garnered international attention. He later escaped to France, where he successfully applied for asylum. In 2013, he founded the Council of Ex-Muslims of France, and in 2015 he wrote his first book, blasphemer : the price i paid for regecting islam.

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Maryam Namazie interviews Al-Husseini about Blasphémateur (2016).
  • Blasphémateur ! : les prisons d'Allah, 2015, Grasset (ISBN 978-2-246-85461-6)
  • Une trahison française : Les collaborationnistes de l'islam radical devoilés ("A French Treason: The Collaborators of Radical Islam Unveiled"), 2017, Éditions Ring ISBN 979-1091447577