If you live in Northern Ireland, and you are interested in atheism, skepticism or secularism, here are three people and groups who you should support.

 

Why should a respected Indian author be facing jail for exposing a crying Catholic statue as being caused by faulty plumbing? Sanal Edamaruku, the victim of this unjust law, speaks here in Dublin, Ireland about the blasphemy charges against him, at a public meeting hosted by Atheist Ireland.

 

Atheist Ireland Regional Officer Derek Walsh invites you to hear Sanal Edamaruku speak about the blasphemy charges against him in India, at our four meetings about the need to separate church and state in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast

 

This weekend (Saturday 24 November) Sanal Edamaruku starts a speaking tour of Ireland. Atheist Ireland is hosting four public meetings, in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast, to promote separation of church and state in Ireland and internationally.

 

Irish TDs and Senators met today (Thursday 22 November) with Sanal Edamaruku, a respected Indian author who faces jail in India for exposing a crying Catholic statue as being caused by faulty plumbing.

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