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Category Archive: Islamism

Apr 06 2012

An Islamist’s wet dream

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An Islamist’s wet dream (and I am referring to the very last photo in case you live under a rock): (Photo via Aliaa Magda Elmahdy)

Feb 23 2012

No bikinis!

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(Via Mullah Munafiq on Facebook)

Jan 19 2012

HOLD THIS DATE – 11 February 2012: A Day to Defend Free Expression

One Law for All is calling for a rally in defence of free expression and the right to criticise religion on 11 February 2012 in central London from 2-4pm. We are also calling for simultaneous events and acts in defence of free expression on 11 February in countries world-wide. The call follows an increased number …

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Dec 25 2011

And again, Merry Christmas!

Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas… (Via Inna Kholondovych on Facebook)

Dec 24 2011

Very diverse!

The Islamic Diversity Centre team is diverse indeed! (Via Anne Marie Waters)

Dec 18 2011

Religion isn’t a personal matter

I just found an in-depth interview I did with Virginia Haussegger on Australia ABC News 24′s One Plus One programme which aired in September 2011 on Youtube. In the interview, I talk about everything from apostasy, sharia law to death threats and moral relativism and how religion isn’t a personal matter…

Dec 04 2011

This is not anti-Muslim!

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Dec 03 2011

How pathetic: On the Pak Falcons

The Pak Falcons have hacked into the Facebook and Youtube account of a Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain member and have been threatening our members. Nothing new there – they are Islamists after all. they have even changed their voice and refuse to show their faces because that is just how ‘brave’ they are. Below …

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Nov 29 2011

If it’s alright with the Guardian, we won’t welcome Islamism

You have to love the Guardian. They never waiver from defending political Islam every which way they can. They have published yet another article on why we should support Islamism in the Middle East. Wadah Khanfar, the director general of al-Jazeera tells us that Islamism is just Muslims involved in the public sphere. To me …

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Nov 24 2011

They finally killed writer Rafiq Tagi

In 2006, Ayatollah Lankarani issued a death fatwa against Azerbaijani writer Rafiq Tagi for his writings. In 2007, a Baku court sentenced him to three years in jail for criticising Islam and Islam’s prophet Muhammad. He was pardoned and released later that year. But now they have finally killed him.

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Nov 20 2011

Love without limits: Homage to Aliaa Magda Elmahdy

Dozens of Israeli women stripped in support of Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, the Egyptian blogger who posed nude as a scream against Islamism.

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Nov 20 2011

Screams against Islamism

‘I will be celebrating my 27th birthday in a few days and as I enter into a new year of my life, I think it is time to renounce religion openly…The CEMB is doing a great job by providing a forum for Ex-Muslims and taking a stand against the brutality of this religion.’ – Hassan …

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Nov 18 2011

Nude photo of Egyptian blogger is a scream against Islamism

Student, atheist and blogger, Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, 20, posted naked pictures of herself on her blog to show her “screams against a society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy”. Showing her body particularly at a time when Islamists in Egypt are trying to secure power is the ultimate act of rebellion. Don’t forget …

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Nov 17 2011

Maryam Namazie on 19 November Jinn and Tonic Show

Maryam Namazie has been confirmed as a guest co-host on “The Jinn and Tonic show” on November 19th, 2011. The Jinn and Tonic Show is a bi-weekly live Internet chat show discussing Islam, including calls from Muslims. It is the sister show of The Magic Sandwich Show and is akin to an Islamic oriented version …

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Nov 14 2011

The far-Right and Islamism: Two sides of one coin

The Norwegian far-Right extremist Anders Behring Brevik who murdered 77 people in cold-blood in July had his first public hearing today. As I’ve said before whilst the far-Right targets Islamism, they are both two sides of the same coin.

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Nov 08 2011

Simplicity is killing us…

In September 2011, I spoke at a meeting on Sharia law in Copenhagen, Denmark organised by the Danish atheists. The discussion was on sharia law but as in most talks on the issue, I also dealt extensively with the far-Right, the racist scapegoating and blaming of immigrants and Muslims for the crimes of Islamism and …

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Nov 06 2011

Sorry but Islam and Mohammad are not off-limits

Charles Hebdo, the French publication that was firebombed a few days ago for mocking Islam and Islam’s prophet Mohammad is gathering messages of solidarity to publish in its next issue, which will be out this Wednesday in France. Here’s mine: No one has yet claimed responsibility for the firebombing of Charlie Hebdo’s office but the …

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Nov 04 2011

When the Hezbollah Came to my School: Why I Became an Atheist

For those of you who don’t know much about my background and why I became an atheist, my piece in 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why we are Atheists may be an interesting read. It’s the first time I have published it on my blog below: I don’t remember exactly when I stopped being a Muslim. …

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