For many years, the Central Council of Ex-Muslims and the Giordano Bruno Foundation have been warning of the dangers associated with the totalitarian ideology of Islamism. Following the massacre of Israeli civilians and the jubilation among some parts of the local Muslim population, German politicians are now also calling for a clear stance against anti-Semitism and Islamism. These pithy words should now be followed by concrete action.
The Giordano Bruno Stiftung (gbs) is a think tank for humanism and enlightenment that has been joined by many renowned scientists, philosophers and artists. The foundation is currently backed by more than 10,000 supporting members and 50 regional and university groups.
The foundation's goal is to develop a viable humanistic, rational and evidence-based alternative to the traditional religions and to help it become established in society. This objective is based on the insight that we cannot face the complex challenges of the 21st century using the religious paradigms of the past. (Read more)