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Kacem El Ghazzali and Alber Saber are both victims of anti-atheist persecution. In the opening words of the 2013 Freedom of Thought Report they write: “The world cannot fix these problems until they are laid bare.” But a report of this nature costs time and money to produce. It must be widely researched and accurate. It must be analysed and promoted internationally.

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