#ItsMyRight: 'I want to be provocative, too'
| 03:30 mins.
Because he made his atheism public, Amed Sherwan was tortured in Northern Iraq. It was his own father who gave him away. After his escape to Germany, he insists on his right to speak up for what he believes in. "Sometimes you've got to be provocative to change things," he says, referring to the Basic Law which guarantees Freedom of Expression.