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Monthly Archive: July 2012

Jul 31 2012

Islam needs to be offended by millions. How many people will they arrest?

Egyptian teacher is arrested for offending Islam on Facebook. Bishoy Kamel, a Coptic-Christian teacher from the Upper Egyptian Governorate of Sohag, was arrested on Monday for sharing cartoons on a Facebook page that allegedly defamed the Islamic faith and the Prophet Muhammad. Mohamed Safwat, an Egyptian citizen who has pressed charges against Kamel, also claimed …

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Jul 31 2012

A big celebration of patriarchal tradition

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Yes, it happens in the Indian subcontinent every year. It is a big patriarchal festival celebrated by Hindus. Men and women of all ages, of all classes and of all castes celebrate Raksha Bandhan or the bond of protection. On this auspicious day, sisters tie a silk thread called Rakhi on their brothers’ wrists and pray …

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Jul 30 2012

What a wonderful world!

I asked 28 people (4 film actors, 4 doctors, 4 engineers, 4 journalists, 4 businessmen 4 politicians, 4 ordinary nobodies in the Indian subcontinent) to express their opinions after watching this video. 3 people said, ‘Wow, I like to go scuba diving.’ 5 said, ‘We did not know much about under water lives, it’s amazing!’ …

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Jul 28 2012

Both burqas and sexualized ads are ugly

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Both burqas and sexualized ads or sexual objectification dehumanize women or reduce women to mere sexual objects. The purpose of the burqa is to erase the individual, women are sexual objects, men get sexually aroused whenever they see women, so for the sake of men women must have their bodies covered. The purpose of the …

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Jul 27 2012

Don’t kill them

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Birds or little dinosaurs migrate for different reasons, temperature changes, seasonal fluctuations in food supplies, breeding needs etc. Bar-tailed Godwit, the non-breeding migratory birds fly more than 11,000 kilometer non stop, from Alaska to New Zealand. Brent Geese migrate from Siberia to Western Europe. They travel via White Sea and Baltic Sea. This is arctic …

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Jul 26 2012

A salute to Sally Ride

Gloria Steinem wrote: No one on earth — or in space — could have created a more complete heroine than Sally Ride. She came from a family of strong and barrier-breaking women — a mother who devoted her life to working with women in prison and a sister who was a pioneering minister. She was …

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Jul 24 2012

I laughed at them. It worked.

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It is difficult to help deconvert a religious adult to atheism; however, many people have become atheists after reading my books. In some of my books, I simply quoted the anti-science, anti-women, anti-humanity, anti-compassion, anti-equality and anti-freedom verses and sayings of the Quran and the Hadith. Most people have no idea what the holy books …

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Jul 22 2012

I kinda like this Ramadan ad

Jul 22 2012

What an unbelievably uncultured and uncivilized country!

Non-Muslims are not allowed to eat, drink and smoke in public during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia. If they do, they will be thrown out of the country. Saudi warns non-Muslims: respect Ramadan or face expulsion. Saudi authorities are warning non-Muslim expatriates against eating, drinking or smoking in public during Ramadan, the month-long sunrise-to-sunset fast — …

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Jul 21 2012

Ramadan was a non-Muslim pagan Arab festival

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The difference between pre-Islamic Ramadan and Islamic Ramadan is, pre-Islamic Ramadan was practiced by a Pagan tribe in Arabia, and Islamic Ramadan is practiced by Muslims all over the world. During Ramadan, Pagan Arabs used to abstain from food, water, sexual contact etc. Muslims practice the same Pagan Ramadan rituals. It is a well-known fact …

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