الملحـدين المصـريين - Egyptian Atheists

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الملحـدين المصـريين - Egyptian Atheists

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Cosmos in arabic

Started by Marvel. Last reply by Marvel Apr 10. 3 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 Marvel. 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

Help a first time drinker :D

Started by Dream. Last reply by Mohamed Zaki Feb 28. 37 Replies

I wanna try alcohol for the first time but I'm absolutely ignorant in the subject so if any of you can answer these questions I would greatly appreciate it.1) what drink do you recommend for a first…Continue

world's 10 most dangerous terrorists are muslims, problem?

Started by Marvel. Last reply by Laila Moe Nov 12, 2013. 26 Replies

CNN has made a list of the world's most dangerous terrorists ... the list included men of different nationalities, ethnicitys and languages ... but they all share one thing ... they were all…Continue

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Comment by Hope on April 1, 2014 at 5:16pm

Saudi Arabia declares all atheists are terrorists in new law to crack down on political dissidents

Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which define atheists as terrorists, according to a report from Human Rights Watch.

In a string of royal decrees and an overarching new piece of legislation to deal with terrorism generally, the Saudi King Abdullah has clamped down on all forms of political dissent and protests that could "harm public order".

The new laws have largely been brought in to combat the growing number of Saudis travelling to take part in the civil war in Syria, who have previously returned with newfound training and ideas about overthrowing the monarchy.

To that end, King Abdullah issued Royal Decree 44, which criminalises "participating in hostilities outside the kingdom" with prison sentences of between three and 20 years, Human Rights Watch said.

Yet last month further regulations were issued by the Saudi interior ministry, identifying a broad list of groups which the government considers to be terrorist organisations - including the Muslim Brotherhood.

Article one of the new provisions defines terrorism as "calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based".

Read more: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/saudi-arabia-de...

Comment by Dream on March 12, 2014 at 5:18am
Are you guys meeting up today or anytime soon?
Comment by archaeopteryx on February 24, 2014 at 2:47pm

You have to wonder, Marvel, why they found it necessary to delete YOUR comment, as well as mine - that has to be crossing the line from both a moderator's and administrator's standpoint! I wonder if the REAL powers that be on TA know that it was done --

Arch, no one is out to get you. Remember group moderators and admins have the power to delete comments and posts from their individual groups. If you don't like how things are run here on TA you are more than welcome to leave.

The "REAL" Powers that be that you refer to are well aware of everything that happens here. 

If you have an issue take it to the top, the creator (owner) of the site is listed at the bottom of every page.

Comment by archaeopteryx on February 24, 2014 at 2:46pm

I just wanted to ask you guys what you think about Sissi.

Comment by archaeopteryx on February 13, 2014 at 10:56am

Thought you guys might want to know you're not alone:

"Ex-Muslims of North America:
Ex-Muslims of North America started as a community building group with the aim to organize apostates within the US and Canada. In addition to our attempts to end the social isolation faced by Ex-Muslims, we aim to counter the stigma of apostasy and eventually normalize the idea of leaving Islam within Muslim communities. We have been working on creating platforms to share our diverse experiences and opinions and aim to use them to challenge the ideology of Islam while standing up against bigotry directed towards Muslims and those originating from Muslim backgrounds. We launched publicly this last fall and during the past 4 months we've launched chapters in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, New York, San Francisco, Waterloo in addition to the existing ones in DC, Toronto & Dallas. We've developed our social media presence, launched our own blog-roll dedicated to ex-muslims and with the help of SCA (Secular Coalition of America) we've incorporated and have submitted our 501c3 application. We're hoping to raise funds to help our Ex-Muslim community grow as well as make a wider impact. Donations are accepted at www.exmna.org/donate. Website: www.exmna.org,

Blogs: www.exmuslimblogs.com, Twitter: @exmuslimsofna, Facebook: www.facebook.com/exmna"

Comment by archaeopteryx on January 10, 2014 at 7:19pm

From the Secular Coalition of America:

"International:  Things were quiet at the UN over the holiday break, but a lot was happening elsewhere. First, late last year Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi was convicted of insulting Islam and showing disobedience, andsentenced to 7 years in prison and 600 lashes. Now there are news reports that a judge has recommended Badawi be tried before a higher court for apostasy, which carries a sentence of death. Several secularist groups are working on this case, and I will keep you updated if and when anything happens. Also, lawmakers in Tunisia have drafted several articles of the new constitution. The bad news: Islam has been named the official state religion. The good news: lawmakers rejected an article to make Islam the source of law and approved an article guaranteeing freedom of conscience is guaranteed. Lastly, months after a Malaysian court ruled the word "Allah" can only be used by Muslims, the crackdowns have started and are intensifying. Last week Malaysian authorities seized 321 Bibles from a Christian group because they used the word 'Allah' to refer to God. We will keep you updated as this story progresses."

Comment by archaeopteryx on January 10, 2014 at 8:51am

Comment by Marvel on November 15, 2013 at 3:58am

Reham El-Sahly went viral in the meme world after that interview .. she's supposed to be an open-minded AUC graduate .. how did she become that retarded?

Comment by Laila Moe on November 15, 2013 at 1:38am

Where did this guy get all his patience from? Seriously! I wanna be like him :P
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR7Mdu_bTFI#t=153

Comment by Laila Moe on November 6, 2013 at 2:59am

I was looking for more ex-Muslim and Arab Atheists on tumblr when someone showed me a link to this group. I got so excited I joined this page just to join this group haha. This is great, maybe if I visit one day I'll join one of your meet ups and get some basic survival lessons :P 
Honestly not sure what I believe in at the moment. But it's good that groups like this exist for people to discuss questions which are usually hushed down with HARAM or "heya keda" (it just is)!

If anyone's on tumblr, link me with your url. 

 

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