All Blog Posts Tagged 'islam' (36)

Forever Cursed

Forever cursed is how I see organised religion. I call them corrupt or forever cursed, because that is exactly how I see them. They (the institutions) try to make amends by seeming to have mended their ways; but then somehow go back to their roots. Then you see them for what the really are, they…


Added by Nerdy Keith on February 25, 2015 at 8:00pm — 8 Comments

Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali speaks out on Brandeis decision to withdraw degree

It's rather interesting that a mostly Jewish university offered and then withdrew an honor to a woman speaking out against Islam. A former member of Dutch Parliament, Ali was herself a victim of misogynistic theocracy.

This interview was conducted yesterday on Fox news:…


Added by Andy Hoke on April 10, 2014 at 6:08am — 3 Comments


I must admit, I'm not a big fan of Richard Dawkins or Steve Pinker for that matter. They're quite ethnocentric. As a feminist and someone who veers more towards the left, I can't stand their Darwinian style elitism. I'm looking for more equitable Athiest or Agnostic thinkers, if anyone could recommend anything please inbox or comment. I'm new to this site so go easy on me. Also any texts that criticize main theological issues in Islam would be great. Documentaries are also welcome. If you're…


Added by Laila Moe on November 6, 2013 at 12:00am — 28 Comments

Atheist babies

So I was vehemently opposed by another individual when I told her that all babies were atheists. I also said that no innocent child believes in the supernatural beings until they are proselytized to believe so. Doesn't geographic determinism prove this? If you're born in the United States, you'll probably end up Christian, and if you're born in Iran, you'll end up Islamic. Doesn't this prove my point? I'd appreciate any devil's advocates.

Added by Samuel Spraker on June 30, 2013 at 12:42am — 14 Comments

"I Am a Young Muslim. I Found Out That My Girlfriend Is Not Pure. Now I Want To Kill Myself."

A great letter I came across. A young Muslim Pakistani boy finds out his girlfriend wasn't a virgin, and e-mails a psychologist threatening suicide. The psychologist's answer is awesome.


Perhaps reading this account of the terrifying, inhumane, and repressive situation in your country shocks you, and you may feel that I am being unfair to Pakistan or to Islam, but my intention is neither to discredit Pakistan nor to insult Islam. I simply must start with…


Added by kOrsan on April 15, 2013 at 7:00am — 19 Comments

~~Religion is Politics~~

In this country, the country of Saudi Arabia, there are living creatures that resembles us humans. Sorry, couldn't help but start with sarcasm. There are humans, not very intelligent ones. These -not so intelligent- humans make up about 80% of the population. What you are about to read is not an exaggeration. In fact, I might be a little conservative.

The government of Saudi Arabia plays with these humans as they see fit. A current situation, for instance, in the light of the revolutions… Continue

Added by mohammed ibrahim on November 27, 2012 at 11:41am — No Comments

~~"Created from , What?" ~~

Why would an almighty god as Abrahamic religions picture it to be, couldn't be clear enough when it was giving it's words?

Assuming they aren't errors, as apologists make it sound like with their famous Saying "Allah and his messenger knows best" or "You have to dig deep in the quran to understand". I think I did. Moreover, the deeper you go in the quran, the more you will realize that there is nothing holy about it. You will realize that it is just the ideas, fiction and a collection of… Continue

Added by mohammed ibrahim on November 25, 2012 at 7:15am — 6 Comments

Islamic "Science"

 Pharyngula details the advanced science of Islam. Just simply astounding ...

 "If a housefly falls in the drink of anyone of you, he should dip it (in the drink), for the one of its wings has a disease and the other has the cure of the disease."

So saith the Prophet, and so affirmeth these Islamic so-called scientists.



Added by Barry Eckert on January 30, 2012 at 6:10pm — No Comments

Response to: Which is Worse? Islam v. Christianity

A couple months ago Robert Karp asked this question. I initially meant this as a comment to that post, but it developed into something bigger, so a blog post makes more sense.

For the most part, Christianity has gotten past its bronze age stage. There are still pockets of severe repression, but not so much anymore. People make a lot of prayer in the classroom,…


Added by Michael Merritt on January 15, 2012 at 12:00pm — 24 Comments

Gallop's attempt to prove that only 7% Muslims are extremists. Rest saints!!

I came across this year old video shared by a fellow member where few Muslim liberals used a Gallop poll to prove that most Muslims are not radical. They used this single poll to try to prove that Islam is totally a religion of peace. 

Taking a skeptical approach to every thing that we hear or see, lets try to investigate what evidence Gallop has for its shocking poll result.

First the video. Many people would want to avoid the 107 minute debate, but I would like to suggest it…


Added by Alex Johnson on October 20, 2011 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

A brief history...

Three of the major religions formed out of the early Israelite religion, this religion was essentially a precursor for Judaism, Islam and Christianity.


The original scriptures of the Israelite religion were written between 900 – 100 BC. Not all of these had a directly religious origin, but were given religious significance by being collected together into a single compilation.


It was around 1200 BC that a number of tribes of diverse origin inhabited the hills…


Added by Andrew Carrington on October 1, 2011 at 4:58am — 1 Comment

Secularization Religiosity and Doctrine

Good afternoon everyone! I hope you’re all having a great day. Despite a rather shaky start to the day, everything is now going well and I just read a great article inThe Vancouver Sun, titled …


Added by Brian Bridson on August 6, 2011 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Legally backed/obliged faith

  Here in the Islamic wacky land of Indonesia the devout are everywhere. Running too and fro  humming, mumbling, beating drums, reciting, and handing coins to beggars for everyone to see. Obsessing over Islamic rules first stated in popular hearsay manuals like Bhukari's hadith, all the while turning a blind eye to the playing out of such social taboos as homosexuality, kissing, drinking and basically any western "too free society" influence on TV daily, or on the streets of Jakarta…


Added by Mike on July 29, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Fond of atheism

I always was that guy who had a lot of dreams and obsessions ,but usually those were not productive obsessions since because I was a muslim nearly everything I wanted to do was considered a bad thing by my parents and society ,but now since I am an atheist I feel much more free and honest about my desires the issue is just is after a while these obsessions faded I now like a lot of stuff ,but there is really nothing I want to do other than chill around with people and have smart and fun… Continue

Added by Ahmed El-Sherif on June 12, 2011 at 10:24pm — 1 Comment

The best way to achieve peace in the Middle East

... it's only a bit tongue-in-cheek... wouldn't it be great? I, for one, support the idea.


Added by Alejandro M on June 4, 2011 at 1:10am — No Comments

France's New Rule (old post from

Here we are again. Just after the delightful news of Gbagbo's custody and the freedom of the people of Cote d'Ivoire has finally been realized, the French president has decided to "ban the burka".

To offer my opinion, I think this new law is beyond stupidity to enforce this law on a religion. A RELIGION. I'm an Atheist, but at least I allow others to follow whatever they believe to be right. I enjoy debating those of the Christian faith (mainly because I haven't met anyone else who is… Continue

Added by Euan Franklin on May 21, 2011 at 6:27pm — No Comments

A confusing bit of writing

I find it quite difficult to find a reliable news source that doesn't interject too much of their own biases into stories. As a result I tend to gravitate towards BBC news, as I find their coverage usually to be somewhat more middle of the road.


I was reading this article this morning:


For those who are of the TL;DR crowd…


Added by Kai on April 19, 2011 at 10:51pm — No Comments

Feminism and Organized Religion

Sure, fine, I give in. I hate re-posting from my livejournal, because it seems redundant when someone can just go directly to the livejournal, but since posting my livejournal link as a blog post is bad and posting this (what I've written below) isn't considered a forum post, I have been given no choice. -.-


For me, a religious feminist is an oxymoron. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are one in the same.  Of all the people who should be, at the very least, against organized…


Added by Rose on April 17, 2011 at 7:23pm — No Comments

The Abstruseness That Drives Faith

"I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars..."

- Og Mandino

I try my best to conclude what drives a person's faith. The abstruseness of the universe -- its complexity and incomprehension -- seems to be a channeling element of the ignorance (and fear) that stops a person from looking up. I'll never come to a defining explanation, because the…


Added by Gaetano on April 11, 2011 at 12:45am — 2 Comments

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