We are a global coalition founded by Muslims, ex-Muslims, academics, scholars, authors, and activists who stand for peace, democracy, liberty, and secular governance and who are deeply concerned by the continuing threat posed to these values by the actions and demands of Islamists in various places around the world.

We embrace democratic values founded in reason and critical debate and the fundamental freedoms set forth in the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948.

We support liberty and dignity for all persons, including women and girls, and whether or not one is Muslim.

We believe that, without fear of apostasy and blasphemy laws, every individual has the right to speak freely, engage in critical thinking, publicly express criticism of Islam, and has the right to freedom of religion or to have no religion.

Because we value peace and democracy, we reject the acceptance of and justifications for jihad, the use of dawa for political purposes, and advocacy for the institutionalization of sharia.

 We invite all like-minded people to join in supporting these core principles.


CLARITy Coalition Statement on appointment of Islamophobia officer by Canadian government
February 10, 2023

The CLARITy coalition stands for liberty and secularism in the face of Islamists. As such, we are vehemently opposed to the federal government of Canada offering an 85-million-dollar budget to an Islamophobia officer. 

We are against the establishment of the office, in general, as it offers exclusive protection from criticism to one religion. This is a dangerous precedent to set aligning Canada’s federal government with theocracies such as Iran or Afghanistan. The title of this position says all anyone needs to know about how anti-freedom this contrived position is. While bigotry against Muslims certainly exists, the term ‘Islamophobia’ is a term created by Islamist theocrats to stifle legitimate criticism of various interpretations of Islam. It is beyond belief that the Canadian government carve out a protected position made solely for those theocrats handing them a platform to suppress ‘blasphemy ‘as they do across Muslim majority nations from Pakistan to Iran to Saudi Arabia.

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CLARITy Coalition Statement re: Masih Alinejad
January 27, 2023

The Clarity Coalition, a pro-freedom group that includes many Muslims, expresses its alarm that Iranian agents are operating in the US to ruthlessly silence Islamist regime dissidents and extends its gratitude to US officials for taking action to protect Iranian-American human rights advocate and journalist,  Masih Alinejad.

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CLARITy Coalition Statement re: Hamline University Statement
January 11, 2023

As members of the CLARITy Coalition, we unequivocally stand with Erica Lopez Prater, former Art History professor at Hamline University. We defend free speech, religious freedom and academic freedom and deplore any civic, social or legal penalties, violent actions and threats of violence stemming from Islamic and other religious blasphemy codes, including those, such as in this case, that are framed in terms of hate speech.  The Clarity Coalition is a pro-freedom coalition founded by and largely comprised of members from  Muslim backgrounds.

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CLARITy Coalition Statement re: “Why the world is surrendering to Islamic extremists and why it needs to stop”?
January 10, 2023

Click here to listen to this interview with Yasmine Mohammed, Human rights campaigner, author and host of Forgotten Feminists

CLARITy Coalition Statement re: Protests in Iran
October 25, 2022

We wish to express our solidarity with the brave protestors who have risen up against the theocratic regime of the Islamic Republic. The brutal death of Mahsa Amini has inspired and emboldened her fellow Iranians, both in Iran and in the diaspora, to resist oppression and demand freedom.

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CLARITy Coalition Statement on Salman Rushdie
August 12, 2022

We are sure that, like us, you are still processing the shock and horror at the news of the attack on Salman Rushdie at the Chautauqua Institution, New York. When we saw it, we felt sick to our stomachs. Imagine: a writer preparing to give a lecture to a crowd of readers is brutally stabbed in the neck. How could this happen? Why?

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In the hope that your struggle will be victorious, CLARITy Coalition stands with you.