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Weekly Atheist Meetups

Started by Mohamed Zaki. Last reply by Mohamed Zaki Sep 23. 14 Replies

Every week since last June i had been posting a discussion inviting anyone who wants to join us.So i decided to make one discussion for all the weeks. Yes i am lazy get over it ;)To all…Continue

'Superman is an Arab'

Started by Hope. Last reply by Simon Paynton May 28. 1 Reply

The Interview with the Lebanese feminist Joumana Haddad, Author of 'Superman is an Arab' Joumana Haddad is also an atheist who's criticizing the abrahamic religions and how women are considered a rib…Continue

Tags: religion, feminism, Haddad, Joumana

Cosmos in arabic

Started by M. Last reply by archaeopteryx Apr 16. 5 Replies

I'm watching Cosmos by Neil Tyson and i just realized what kind of crappy education i was getting while in school.Science in our educational system never discusses evolution and never discussed how…Continue

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Comment by archaeopteryx on November 10, 2012 at 5:28am

I can't imagine it's spontaneous, I'm guessing planned an organized by Islamists trying to force their beliefs onto the entire country.

Comment by M on November 10, 2012 at 4:48am

This will be ugly

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 9, 2012 at 8:21pm

Not really great news, Guys --

Egyptian Islamists rally for Shariah law

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 8, 2012 at 2:32pm

The Secular Coalition of America is an atheist organization that tries to work with members of State and Federal government to increase freedoms for the non-religious. Sometimes they approach appropriate parties in the UN to attempt to acheive the same goal world wide. I received this today:

  • UN: On Oct. 26, two representatives from the secular community -- Matt Cherry of the International Humanist and Ethical Union and myself -- had the chance to meet privately with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, Heiner Bielefeldt. For those unaware, Bielefeldt is essentially the UN's watchdog on abuses of the rights to freedom of religion and belief. Matt and I shared with him a report including information on global laws that restrict the rights to freedom of belief and expression, and the many cases of secular people being punished for de-converting or criticizing religion. Bielefeldt was grateful, remarking that he had never before received such a report from secular representatives at the UN, and that he would like to foster a relationship with us in order to become more informed regarding our issues. This is especially fantastic news because Bielefeldt's annual reports are largely based on information passed to him by NGOs, and he has ability to bring attention to cases and issues we are concerned about. We will let you know when our report is ready for release and keep you updated as things move forward.  Anyone who would like to suggest questions or remarks for these meetings can email mdedora@centerforinquiry.net. More information on the Committee and all its events can be found at http://unforb.wordpress.com/ (Thank you to Michael DeDora for this update, mdedora@centerforinquiry.net, 646.706.6080)
Comment by archaeopteryx on November 7, 2012 at 11:02pm

Good to know - there are so many cool ex-Muslims out there. If there were only some way to neutralize that Islamic death threat for apostasy, I'm guessing there would be droves of bail-outs.

Comment by M on November 7, 2012 at 10:38pm

I've been following Taslima Nasreen ever since i read her book Raja.. she's a very interesting person .. i love her

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 7, 2012 at 7:35pm

Here's a blog some of you might have an interest in:

No fun in heaven

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 7, 2012 at 5:12pm

Oh I think he's already done a lot of useful things for the American people - you have to understand that the American people are still recovering from 8 horrible years of "W," who, along with some bad business practices by some of W's corrupt cronies on Wall Street and in the petroleum industry, nearly bankrupt this nation. And Obama also had to struggle with a Republican-dominated House of Representatives, who was determined to create such a gridlock that Obama wouldn't be able to accomplish anything over his 4-year Presidency, and thus make it easy for him to be defeated in 2012.

Obviously that didn't happen, and now Obama has nothing to lose and the Republicans nothing to gain, so they should be able to work more closely together during the next 4 years. The US will recover nicely, IMO.

It's the International scene - the conflicts between Islamic theocracies and democracy, the conflicts between Israel and most Arab nations, and the Persian Problem, that I would like to see him take the lead on.

Comment by Mohamed Zaki on November 7, 2012 at 2:28pm

@archaropterx i think turning angry jihadists into peaceful neighbors is a very very optimistic opinion. He might do something useful this time though as you say for the American people. 

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 7, 2012 at 8:28am

Actually, Mohammed, I don't believe he's quite as useless as you might believe - he hasn't been able to get Republicans to work with him, has been part of the problem, but now that he doesn't have to concern himself about being re-elected, he can afford to twist arms for the next four years and hopefully get a lot more done.

I guess the next serious issue, is short of complete world capitulation, what would be required to turn angry, Islamic jihadists into peaceful Islamic neighbors?

 

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Weekly Atheist Meetups

Started by Mohamed Zaki. Last reply by Mohamed Zaki Sep 23. 14 Replies

'Superman is an Arab'

Started by Hope. Last reply by Simon Paynton May 28. 1 Reply

Cosmos in arabic

Started by M. Last reply by archaeopteryx Apr 16. 5 Replies

they are tracking us

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