I am Mohammad Naeem from Pakistan. I am a 26 years old boy with two master degrees: one in English Literature and other in Islamic Studies. My deep study of Quran (holy book of Muslims) revealed the facts and eventually I am an ex-Muslim now. But presently I am facing serious security threat and living in a very miserable condition. My parents kicked me out. Can you help me to have a freedom of speech, so that I can express my ideas to be the part of change. I am a motivated humanist and feminist in Pakistan but currently facing a serious type of threat to my life. I will be waiting for your response. Thank you
Why are you here?
I need security, shelter and a forum to express my thoughts and I also want to expose and fight against extremist muslims. I have experienced very worse conditions so i want to save the people being molested and tortured like me
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
I spent 6 years reading religious texts especially qoran, Hadith and fiqh and came to know that religion is just a game of bullshits and lolipop for ignorant people by clergy to earn their lives. furthermore, i was molested by religious clergy during my student years as a madarsa(a Religious islamic school) and saw many cases where mullas rape the innocent children. Eventually, i left islam
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I came to now from National Secular Society. They referred me to put my problem here. and I hope i will have a good news from you.
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Wow, you are in a sticky situation to say the least. All the way over here there's not much I can do except listen to what you have to say and help to make you welcome here (that sort of thing can be valuable to be sure, but it's not enough).
I've been reading the Koran myself, and discovering through other research that you really *cannot* understand Islam without the Sunna (Hadith and Sira) as well. (For instance the Koran does NOT list the five pillars!). But my evaluation is about as positive as yours is, except that I can compare it to the Bible. It's even crazier and has less literary merit, being if anything even more repetitious. (I've found a version of the Sunna that is rather abridged and leaves out stuff that pertains to practicing Islam, preferring to focus on what is said about unbelievers. Should be interesting.)