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"Yasmine is one of the bravest people of our time. She is a shining example to all of us."
                                                        - Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Yasmine Mohammed, human rights activist and author, is at the forefront of several global movements to empower freethinkers and dissidents from the Middle East. From elevating the voices of marginalized freethinkers on her podcast, to creating a global network of allies across religious and political divides through co-founding and co-directing the CLARITy Coalition, Yasmine is one of the most prominent and vocal figures supporting persecuted freethinkers across the globe. Her charity Free Hearts Free Minds is the only nonprofit on the planet dedicated to supporting the mental health of freethinkers and LGBT from Muslim communities across the world.

Through writing her best-selling book Unveiled: How the West Empowers Radical Muslims, translated into 15 languages so far, and sharing her own story and experiences growing up in a fundamentalist Islamic household and her arranged marriage to an of Al-Qaeda terrorist, Yasmine empowers others to share their own experiences.  Copies of her book in Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and Indonesian can be accessed here for free courtesy of The Richard Dawkins Foundation.

Yasmine is fearlessly and fiercely committed to her global advocacy through talks around the world, partnering with organizations such as Six Million Voices, conducting countless interviews in both traditional mainstream and digital media. Yasmine has been featured in CNN, People magazine, NPR, Charlie Hebdo, Le Point, The Jerusalem Post, ABC Australia and many others.  She has also spoken in Ivy League universities including Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and Dartmouth. 

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