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Published on Feb 18, 2019
Rasel Ahmed, co-founder of Bangladesh’s first and only LGBTQ magazine, fled Bangladesh after the magazine’s co-founder was hacked to death in Dhaka in April 2016 by Islamist terrorists. Rasel is in the United States seeking asylum. He is the premiere recipient of FFRF’s Avijit Roy Courage Award, bestowed at FFRF’s national convention in 2018. The award memorializes Roy, a Bangladeshi-American atheist and author who was murdered in Dhaka in 2015 by religious terrorists. Rasel sits down with FFRF’s Director of Communications Amit Pal to talk about his art and his experiences. Warning: There are some briefly displayed graphic photographs from the crime scenes.
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