Yesterday I undertook an interview as part of the Personal Journeys Toward Difficult Truths: Understanding Islam, Understanding the West series. I was invited to appear in this series following my sacking from my job with Leeds City Council. It seems that I was sacked as a result of my human rights work in opposition to sharia.
You can register to gain access to the interview series at: http://www.worldtruthsummit.com/index.html
Worldtruthsummit.com says the following about the series:
“This teleseminar series features interviews with 20 people who have made major contributions toward a factual understanding of Islam – meaning, they have cared and dared to really look into the Qu’ran and Islam. They have also had to face facts about the West. And they have acted to increase awareness and to protect human rights, like the right to freedom of speech, like our right to flourish.”
In the interview I talked about my background, about why I became involved in opposing sharia, and about my sacking from my former job working with school governors in Leeds.
Many steadfast defenders of liberty feature in the series and it was an honour to be part of the same series of interviews.