Activist claims Trinity speech on apostasy and Islam cancelled
Maryam Namazie says university tried to impose unacceptable conditions on event
A political activist due to give a speech in Trinity college on apostasy and the rise of Islam has claimed the event has been cancelled after the college tried to attach conditions to it.
Maryam Namazie was due to give a speech at the Society for International Affairs on Monday, March 23rd.
In a blog posted on Friday, Ms Namazie claimed the society feared the event could be one-sided and that it had taken advice from college security on imposing certain conditions.
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