Criticising Religions


Criticising Religions

It's a group is for you atheists and agnostics who like criticism.. feel free to participate.

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Criticising Religions

About Criticising Religions,

It's a group is for you atheists and agnostics who like criticism.. I welcome your suggestions updating this group, sharing links and adding discussions or comments..

Feel free to participate..

Middle-Eastern Gods
The current Top Ten:

1st : SATAN
2nd : JESUS
3rd : ALLAH
5th : YAHWEH
8th : GOD
9th : BAAL



 Useful Books

  about Islam,

Books of "Ibn Warraq"

-Why I Am Not a Muslim, Ibn Warraq, foreword by R. Joseph Hoffmann.

-Leaving Islam: Apostates Speak Out, edited by Ibn Warraq.

-What the Koran Really Says: Language, Text, and Commentary, edited and translated by Ibn Warraq.

-The Quest for the Historical Muhammad, edited and translated by Ibn Warraq.

-The Origins of The Koran, Classic Essays on Islam's Holy Book, edited by Ibn Warraq.

 about Christianity and Judaism,
-Why I Am Not A Christian by historian and philosopher Richard Carrier.

- Why I am not a christian by Bertrand Russell

-The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha by James H. Charlesworth.

-History of Old Testament Criticism by Archibald Duff.

-Why I Am Not a Jew , by David Dvorkin.

-The Jesus Puzzle, by Earl Doherty.


                          Why I Criticize Religion - Sam Harris



Discussion Forum

Sharia law to be adopted into UK legal system for first time

Started by Hope. Last reply by Stephen Brodie Apr 30, 2014. 15 Replies

Sharia law to be adopted into UK legal system for first time! Seriously!Sharia principles are to become enshrined in the UK legal system for the first time, with The Law Society publishing guidelines…Continue

Tags: system, legal, for, first, time

O! Secular education, when will I see your light?

Started by Pa3'yn Mar 30, 2014. 0 Replies

I began attending university a while back, and I was utterly shocked by the amount of idiocy that is found there. The policies that I shall now mention are all influenced by religious matters:1.…Continue

Tags: education, university, arabia, Saudi

Religion to Disappear By 2041 Claims New Study

Started by Hope. Last reply by Gallup's Mirror Sep 18, 2013. 20 Replies

Added by Rebecca Savastio on July 23, 2013.…Continue

Tags: Claims, New, Study, 2041, By

The Skull-Smashing Cleric

Started by Hope. Last reply by Hope Jul 2, 2013. 8 Replies

Why is that Her Majesty's govt. so complacent to Wahhabi clerics?This cleric makes me laugh actually but, don't ever underestimate him because he has too much fans!…Continue

Tags: Cleric, Skull-Smashing, The

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Comment by Hope on February 9, 2011 at 5:00pm
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Abraham Maimonides – The Jewish Sufi

Jun 29, 2010 Daniel Gigi

How Islamic mysticism, known as Sufism, entered Jewish practice and helped formulate the practices of the later Kabbalists.

Abraham Maimuni, as he is called, was the only son, and heir, of the illustrious leader of the generation Moses Maimonides. He was born in 1186 when his father was 47 years old, and succeeded him as Rayyis Al-Yahud, head of Egyptian Jewry, after his death in 1204. This fact, namely his appointment to practically the most prestigious position of his day at the young age of just 18, is testament to his scholarly and religious standing.

In 1213 the honorific title of Nagid was conferred upon him. He served as Nagid for the majority of his adult life, and whilst his memory has been overshadowed by the contribution of his father, Abraham certainly played a significant role in the formation of modern Judaism and mysticism.

Abraham and Jewish Sufism

In medieval Egypt, within a peaceful and accepting society, Islamic mysticism, which has often been fated to the same intolerance as other faiths even under Islamic rule and to this day, was able to flourish and expand its influence. This influence even extended beyond Islam to other religions, in this instance to Judaism.


I believe that this is a shameful aspect of religion.
Comment by Hope on February 6, 2011 at 11:09am

When monkeys are digging that doesn't make sense..

That's what makes the story a lie..

Comment by Mo Trauen on February 6, 2011 at 9:32am
The monkey stoning story is obviously a lie.  People have spent their lives studying monkeys and have never reported anything like that.  I seem to remember reading of monkeys being forced to leave their troop on occasion and even murdered, but digging a pit, burying them in it, and then stoning them?  That's just made up to try to justify behavior that is barbaric.
Comment by Hope on February 6, 2011 at 7:07am

The one who made that video said, this story is not for fun,,,,,

I say, it is a humorous story...

Comment by GOPI KANTA GHOSH on February 6, 2011 at 6:48am
So monkeys are no different
Comment by Hope on February 6, 2011 at 6:43am

Just for gags :d


The monkey stoning in Islam-Sahih Al bukhari -No.3849

I was in Yemen tending the sheep of my people up upon an elevation. A male monkey came with a female and laid his head on her hand. Then a smaller monkey came and beckoned towards her, so she gently slipped her hand out from under the cheek of the first monkey and followed him. He mated with her while I looked on. Then she returned and gently tried to slip her hand back under the cheek of the first monkey, but he woke up suddenly, smelled her, and cried out.

Then the monkeys gathered round and he began screaming hile pointing towards her with his hand. The monkeys went all about and came back with that monkey that I recognized. They dug a pit for the two of them and stoned them both. So I had witnessed stoning being carried out by other than Adam’s descendants.

Comment by Hope on February 1, 2011 at 9:56pm
Islamic Cartoon
Comment by Hope on January 30, 2011 at 4:16pm
Funny cartoon :)
Comment by Mo Trauen on January 30, 2011 at 3:08pm

Cartoon about the obscene creeping theocracy in the U.S. military:

Comment by GOPI KANTA GHOSH on January 29, 2011 at 6:28am
Not only good but fantastic

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