Even these Ex-Muslims realized it's all a crock of shit!!!!!
Salman Rushdie, author of The Satanic Verses.
Former Muslim and Dutch politician Ehsan Jami was one of the two founders of the Central Committee for Ex-Muslims
Taha Hussein Egyptian writer
Shirin Ebadi is an Iranian lawyer, human rights activist
Tariq Ali - is a British-Pakistani historian, novelist, filmmaker, political campaigner, and commentator.
Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi 10th century Muslim scientist
Ayaan Hirsi Ali – Somali-born Dutch feminist, writer, and politician.
Ismael Adham – Egyptian writer and philosopher.
Loubna Berrada – Dutch liberal politician and former member of the Central Committee for Ex-Muslims.
Ali Soilih – Comorian socialist revolutionary and president of the Comoros.
Aziz Nesin – Popular Turkish humorist and author of more than 100 books.
Zackie Achmat – South African anti-HIV/AIDS activist; founder of the Treatment Action Campaign.
Humayun Azad – Bangladeshi writer and scholar.
Turan Dursun – Turkish writer and Islamic scholar. He was once a Turkish mufti and later authored many books critical of Islam.
Ehsan Jami – Dutch politician and founder of the Dutch Central Committee for Ex-Muslims.
Enver Hoxha – Communist dictator who declared Albania the first atheist state, and who has been identified as an "arch-atheist."
As'ad Abu Khalil – Lebanese professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus. He describes himself as an "atheist secularist".
Al-Ma'arri – Blind Arab philosopher, poet and writer.
Sarmad – 17th century mystical poet and sufi saint, arrived from Persia to India, beheaded for assumed heresy by the Mughal emperor, Aurungzebe. Sarmad renounced Judaism, briefly converting to Islam and then Hinduism. He later denounced all religions and rejected belief in god.
Lounès Matoub – Algerian Berber Kabyle singer.
Afshin Ellian Iranian professor
Ramiz Alia – Albanian communist leader and former president of Albania.
Salman Rushdie – British-Indian novelist and essayist.
Hassan Bahara – Moroccan-Dutch writer.
Hafid Bouazza – Moroccan-Dutch writer.
Hossein Derakhshan – Iranian-Canadian journalist and weblogger.
Ismail Kadare – World-renowned Albanian writer.
Maryam Namazie – Iranian communist, political activist and leader of the British apostate-organization "Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain"
Anwar Shaikh – British author of Pakistani descent.
Zohra Sehgal – Indian actress who has appeared in several Hindi and English language films.
Mirza Fatali Akhundov – 19th century Azerbaijani playwright and philosopher.
Taslima Nasrin – Bangladeshi author, feminist, human rights activist and secular humanist.
Parvin Darabi- Iranian born American activist, writer and woman's rights activist.
Ramil Guliyev sprinter, born to shia parents, he is now "non-religious".
Barack Obama, Sr. was a Kenyan senior governmental economist, and the father of Barack Obama
Nyamko Sabuni politician in Sweden
Ali Sina owner of the faith freedom website