Women’s Liberation from Religion, Bread and Roses TV

Women’s Liberation from Religion
Bread and Roses TV with Maryam Namazie and Fariborz Pooya
October 6, 2015
Interview with Annie Laurie Gaylor, Founder of Freedom from Religion Foundation on religion and women and
UK and Saudi Government secret deal
Men taking to social media in Iran in defence of women’s equality
Soheil Arabi’s death sentence for allegedly insulting Muhammad, Islam’s prophet, commuted to reading 13 religious books and studying theology for two years. Also serving a separate seven-and-a-half-year sentence for allegedly insulting the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Fatwa on “Jilboobs” from Indonesia
Khebez Dowla or State Bread, a rock band and their concert during flight from Syria ruled by war criminals where music has died.
Director: Reza Moradi
Translation: Mohammad Basham



رهایی زنان از مذهب
برنامه نان و گل سرخ با مریم نمازی و فریبرز پویا
مصاحبه با آنی لاری گیلور، بنیانگذار بنیاد آزادى از مذهب
همچنين معامله مخفی دول انگلستان و عربستان سعودی
مردان در ایران در دفاع از برابری زنان
تغيير حکم اعدام سهیل عربی
فتوا در مورد حجاب و سينه
و گروه راک از سوريه و کنسرت آنان در حين فرار
كارگرادان: رضا مرادى
ترجمه: محمد باشم
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Religious beliefs are harmful

Here’s this week’s programme. We were away for a month and are really glad to be back on air!


Religious beliefs are harmful
Bread and Roses TV with Maryam Namazie and Fariborz Pooya
1 September 2015
Interview with Matt Dillahunty, Host of Atheist Experience
Background: Religious beliefs can be harmful. At best it can hinder your potential; at worst it can cause murder and mayhem. It prevents you from finding the truth and living life to its fullest.
Also, Europe’s refugee crisis, murder of another Bangladeshi blogger, joint fatwa putting religious ban on shedding of Muslims’ blood, protests in Iraq saying “neither Shia nor Sunni but Secularism” and environmental protest for drying of Urumieh Lake.
Director: Reza Moradi
Translator: Mohammad B

اعتقادات مذهبی مضر هستند
برنامه نان و گل سرخ با مریم نمازی و فریبرز پویا
۲ سپتامر
مصاحبه با مت دلانتى، میزبان تجربه بیخدا
همچنین، بحران پناهندگان در اروپا، قتل یکی دیگر از وبلاگ نویس بنگلادشی، فتوای احمقانه؛اعتراضات در عراق: ” نه شیعه و نه سنی، اما سکولاریسم ” و اعتراض های عليه خشک شدن دریاچه ارومیه.
کارگردان: رضا مرادی
مترجم: محمد ب

Religion and Violence

See our latest Bread and Roses TV programme. We will begin taping new programmes in September.
Have a good summer!

Religion has advanced through violence, genocide and ethnic cleansing, Bread and Roses TV
21 July 2015
Bread and Roses TV with Maryam Namazie and Fariborz Pooya
Interview with Dan Barker, Freedom from Religion Foundation
Also on Iran nuclear agreement, women escaping from ISIS, Behnam Ebrahimzadeh, Ramadan fatwas, and photos from Pluto
Background: Religion has been advanced through violence, genocide, and ethnic cleansing. It’s not all peace and love. Despite many of the inhuman tenets of religion, however, people – including the religious – are more than the religions they were born into.
Director: Reza Moradi
Translator: Adam Smith

گسترش مذهب همواه با خشونت، كشتار و پاكسازي قومي عجين بوده است، برنامه نان و گل سرخ با مريم نمازى و فريبرز پويا
۲۲ ژوئیه
مصاحبه با دان بارکر، بنیاد رهایی از دین
همچنین در مورد توافق هسته ای ایران، زنان فرارى ازداعش، بهنام ابراهیم زاده ، فتواهای ماه رمضان، و عکس ها از پلوتو
گسترش مذهب همواه با خشونت، كشتار و پاكسازي قومي عجين بوده است.
مذهب صلح و محبت نيست
با وجود همه اصول غير انساني مذهب ، انسانها ، همچنين انسانهاي مذهبي ، بيشتر از آنچه مذهب براي انها قائل است ميباشند.
كارگردان: رضا مرادى
ترجمه: آدم سميت

Misogyny in the name of God

Just returned from Bergen International Festival where I participated in a panel discussion on Misogyny in the name of God with the fantastic Deeyah Khan, Gunnar Stålsett, Cecilie Ore and John Peder Egenæs. It was chaired by Hilde Sandvik.
امروۯ اۯ برگن نروۯ برگشٺم
در پانلى جالب با ديا خان شركٺ كردم در مورد ضديٺ با ۯن به اسم خدا
You can see the video here:

Some photos from the event:

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Does religion make child abuse inevitable?

See this week’s Bread and Roses TV programme, which ask a question about the role religion plays in child abuse.

Does religion make child abuse inevitable?
23 September 2014
Interview with Sue Cox, Survivors Voice – Europe

آيا مذهب کودک آزارى را اجتناب ناپذیر مى کند؟
۲۴ سپتامبر ۲۰۱۴
مصاحبه با سو کاکس از صداى بازماندگان اروپا

Atheist or rapist?

A study published online in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology revealed that religious believers distrust atheists more than any other religious groups, gays and feminists (and you know how much they hate them). The only other group they distrust as much are rapists!!?

Atheists on the other hand were indifferent to people’s religious beliefs and did not have the same antagonism towards believers. Rather than saying anything about atheists, the study says loads about the religious and their bigotry. But then that’s nothing new…

(Via Ian Simpson on Facebook)