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'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

they are tracking us

Started by M. Last reply by Warren Mar 30. 14 Replies

so .. police and state security (SS) will be hunting down atheists.Alexandria head of state security General Amin said in a TV interview that they are assembling a team of undercover police-men whose…Continue

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Comment by Hope on December 28, 2012 at 3:22pm

@Ach, I love this video :)

Comment by archaeopteryx on December 23, 2012 at 10:57am

I thought you guys might enjoy some comedy relief for a change - watch this:

Comment by Hope on December 21, 2012 at 10:53am

Alia is nude again protesting against sharia law..

Here http://www.thinkatheist.com/group/egyptianatheists/forum/topics/ops...

Comment by Ali on December 19, 2012 at 7:08pm
إحصائية للملحدين في العالم - حتى الآن سجل من مصر 133 فقط ، عدد أعضاء صفحتنا اكثر ! .. نرجوا تعميم الإحصائية وتوصيلها لكل ملحد مصري ليسجل نفسه
Comment by Mohamed Zaki on November 26, 2012 at 7:17pm

For all people willing to stand and make a point that freedom in all its forms has those who are willing to defend it and will be in tahrir tomorrow give me a call if you wish 01097206706, Its not certain that it will work but at least so that none will regret not standing at a time when they should have.. if you think its meaningless though then i do respect your opinion and respectfully disagree..

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 23, 2012 at 4:11pm

I found this in an article regarding the current protest in Egypt, and liked it:

If the Brotherhood's slogan is 'Islam is the solution' ours is 'submission is not the solution'," said Khalili, a mass communications professor at the American University in Cairo. "God does not call for submission to another man's will."

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 21, 2012 at 1:01am

Someone might want to pass this on to Egyptian authorities, they might learn something!

Tunisia will not allow Islamists to impose vision: PM

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's Islamist-led government will not allow puritanical Salafis to enforce their vision on a country grappling with the role of Islam in a once rigidly secular society, the prime minister said on Tuesday.

"Militants who have used violence are few, but they can not impose their vision on our country and our people. We will not allow them ... Tunisia will remain moderate," Hamadi Jebali, who belongs to the Islamist Ennahda party, said in an interview.

"We will face religious fanaticism through law and be strict with all violators without exception, but we will address the root cultural and social causes by combating poverty and creating jobs," Jebali said.

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 18, 2012 at 1:52pm

My granddaughter spent her fourth grade year in elementary school, sitting at an adjoining desk with a young Islamic boy, and was hurt when his father sent him back to Pakistan to live with relatives, because he was becoming too "American." That's sad.

Comment by archaeopteryx on November 18, 2012 at 1:48pm

It sounds like an almost closed, self-sustaining system, which is difficult to destroy, as a perfect, closed, self-sustaining system permits no outside input.

The Achilles heel lies with those Islamists sufficiently affluent  as to be able to send their children to Universities outside their respective countries, who come back with a more secular outlook, and who, by their relative affluence and superior education, may be in a better position to lead their countries out of the Islamic Dark Age. But that's a long, evolving process.

Comment by Mohamed Zaki on November 18, 2012 at 1:18pm

Its frustrating alright but you get used to it and learn to deal  - adaptable species we are ;) I am sure it will all end, its just a matter of time 

 

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