Ex-Muslim speaker's Warwick University ban overturned following public pressure
Maryam Namazie had been banned by the university's students' union over fears she may offend Muslim students
A decision to ban a speaker from Warwick University, citing fears she may offend Muslim students, has been reversed.
The Telegraph revealed on Friday that ex-Muslim and human rights activist Maryam Namazie had been blocked from speaking at an event organised by Warwick Atheist Secularist and Humanist Society (WASH).
The Iranian-born secularist is well known for her talks which highlight aspects of Islam she does not agree with.
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