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Avicenna

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Name: Avicenna Last
Date registered: February 22, 2012
URL: http://freethoughtblogs.com/amilliongods/

Biography

An Atheist Medical Student Stuck in a Land of a Million Gods.

Latest posts

  1. Dear Salon, What The Actual Fuck Man! — April 20, 2014
  2. Happy? No We Are Not! — April 20, 2014
  3. A Response to Damon Linker — April 19, 2014
  4. Complaining About Gullibility Is Not A Recruitment Plan — April 19, 2014
  5. Stormfront – Murder Machine — April 18, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. You are Judged by the Company You Keep — 161 comments
  2. Official Warning – Pitchguest — 154 comments
  3. Faux Rape Accusations and Richard Sanderson — 149 comments
  4. Sorry You Got Hacked, But You Did Ask For It — 115 comments
  5. Atheism and Islamophobia — 111 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 02 2014

I Don’t Believe in Saudi Arabia

It is illegal to be an atheist in the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, such thought is un-Islamic. But what does that really entail?

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Apr 02 2014

Pfft! Physioproffe! Who needs him!

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Now that Comradde Physioproffe is leaving you should all know… I hate him and everything he stands for. Freethought blogs isn’t big enough for two people who make spelling mistakes and swear a lot. And cooking? Pfft.  Anyone can cook! 

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Apr 02 2014

World Vision (Except for the Gays)

World Vision are no longer a humanitarian organisation in my eyes. See living in the UK, World Vision don’t push their Christian Credentials, so it was rather surprising to find out that they are a Christian organisation. So I went to check their American website. So while the British one has a vague reference to “God” …

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Apr 01 2014

Sometimes you see Something Different

There are Jews in India. There are a tiny number of them but they do exist. And this is one of their stories.

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Apr 01 2014

An Islamic Defence of FGM

FGM is on the rise in the USA, so I figured I should resurrect an old piece of fundamentalism. The usage of Islam to defend Female Genital Mutilation is a major stumbling block in achieving progress. This is a major issue with fighting the practice, however let us be clear here. The practice is also …

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Mar 29 2014

Female Genital Mutilation – A Nuanced Look at the First Trial

Dr Dhanuson Dharmasena is one of the first people to be charged in the UK under a landmark case allowing for the prosecution of people involved in aiding and abetting the crime of female genital mutilation. Female Genital Mutilation is not a good practice. I have long stood against it. However I have had issues …

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Mar 29 2014

Progress

We have progressed a lot in the UK, today marks the first day we recognise gay marriage. And the UK hasn’t sunk into the ocean or perished in a ball of fire. And at this point I still wish to spend my life with Hera rather than “go gay”. I have no real urge to …

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Mar 28 2014

Katie Hopkins – Verbal Diarrhoea is not a qualification

Katie Hopkins is a special piece of work. There are some reality shows that I can understand. I despise anything involving celebrity, I don’t want to see some person who is famous for fame’s sake munch on Kangaroo Testicles for fame. Eat testicles for fun? That I can get behind. But not for the sole …

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Mar 27 2014

Is This Humane or Wahaabism?

We all know that Islam’s modern face is tarnished by the spectre of extremism and apologetics who cover for the extremists. We know that the good in Islam is being poisoned by the bad and that real progress cannot take place without Muslims willingly ostracising their fundamentalists. Right now, the biggest threat to Islam is …

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Mar 27 2014

Not the Ducks! – Quacks, Wikipedia and True Scientific Discourse

You won’t believe how handy Wikipedia is to a medic in training, sometimes you just need to look something up. A condition, a drug or a procedure, and you don’t have a book to hand. And often you may not know which book the procedure is detailed, so what do you do? Wikipedia. See while …

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