Video: Outspoken Critics of Islam Discuss the Possibilities of Islamic Reform
An infidel, a heretic, and an apostate speak truth at a recent conference.
On June 21, Raymond Ibrahim—a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center—moderated and participated in a panel titled “Radical Islamic Institutions in Egypt: Can They be Reformed?” at Coptic Solidarity’s tenth annual conference in Washington, DC. His co-panelists were Sheikh Mohamad Tawhidi — more popularly known as the Imam of Peace — a leading and outspoken Muslim reformer, and Brother Rachid, arguably the world’s most famous Muslim apostate to Christianity. The video of their panel, which at times was animated and contentious — unsurprisingly, considering the topic and strong views and personal experiences of the participants — follows: