May 30, 2011
The Institute for the Secularisation of Islamic Society (ISIS) exists to promote the ideas of rationalism, secularism, democracy, and human rights within Islamic society.
We believe that Islamic society has been held back by an unwillingness to subject its beliefs, laws, and practices to critical examination, by a lack of respect for the rights of the individual, and by an unwillingness to tolerate alternative viewpoints or to engage in constructive dialogue.
ISIS promotes freedom of expression, freedom of thought and belief, freedom of intellectual and scientific inquiry, freedom of conscience and religion – including the freedom to change one’s religion or belief - and freedom from religion: the freedom not to believe in any deity.
For more information, visit ISIS.