Neither Allah nor Master


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Very often apostasy and blasphemy cases that are highlighted are of men though there are some well known atheist women from the Middle East and North Africa who have courageously challenged Islamism and defended secularism.

Everyone knows a few (very few) of them – like Taslima Nasreen, Mina Ahadi and Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

But there are some you may not know but must.

On the International Day to Defend Apostates and Blasphemers I think it apt to mention Tunisian film-maker and activist Nadia El Fani. Her recent film “Ni Allah ni Maître” (Neither Allah nor Master) focuses on secularism in that country.

As a result of the film and her having openly declared her atheism, she has faced horrendous abuse and threats.

You can read more about her here.

There is a petition supporting her against Islamist threats here.

 

Comments

  1. prayhard says

    There is/was no Mohammed. There is no Allah. There is no blasphemy. There is no apostasy.
    There is only the psychosis of Islam and the blood lust of Muslims.
    Islam is poison.

  2. prayhard says

    Somehow, we must get away from validating, even in the most microscopic or backhanded way, concepts such as “blasphemy” and “apostasy”. They are nonsense and we must learn to present them as such. To even use the same words as the Muslims is to validate them to some degree. I don’t know the answer, but I am working on it.
    Let’s make it “Waslam”.
    Islam is poison.

  3. says

    Prophet Muhammed prophesied that the day would come when the mosques would be in fine shape, but the worst people would be going into and coming out of them, and he was right on the money.

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