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Category Archive: Atheism

Jun 09 2013

Susan Sarandon questioned her religion.

Susan Sarandon questioned her religion Susan Sarandon said that as a child, she had many questions about religion — questions that got her into trouble and ultimately made her rethink her relationship with religion as an adult. She said some of the Catholic teachings she never understood and she shared what happened when she asked …

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May 04 2013

No more religious ceremonies!

I am going to give you a very good news. The news is, humanist weddings have become increasingly popular in Scotland, and they may outnumber Church of Scotland weddings if current trends continue. Bravo Scotland! I have been to a few humanist wedding in Germany and Sweden in ’90s. If I were not against marriage, …

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May 01 2013

Doomsday!

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(Source) Almost 80% of Egyptian Muslims say they favour religious freedom and a similar number favour sharia law. Of that group, almost 90% also think people who renounce Islam should be put to death. Probably we do not expect much from Afghanistan and Pakistan. But What about Bangladesh? Atheists and Islamists have recently been fighting …

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Apr 30 2013

”Atheists are more generous than religious people”

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A homeless man said, ‘Atheists are more generous than religious people’ This homeless man in the USA is holding a sign that says ‘which religion cares the most about the homeless?’ and he put nine begging bowls in front of him. Each bowl is labelled as ‘Muslim’, ‘atheist’, ‘Hindu’, ‘Jewish’, ‘Buddhist’, ‘spiritual’, ‘agnostic’, ‘pagan’, and …

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Apr 06 2013

Be New Atheists

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Like everyone I was born an atheist. I didn’t know that I was an atheist until the early ’70s. I have been slapped, punched, kicked, harassed, assaulted, abused, banned, banished and threatened with death, but I never shut my mouth. Don’t shut your mouth. Question everything. Protest against lies and superstitions. Fight dogmas. Don’t let …

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Apr 03 2013

Freethinkers unite!

Mukto Mona freethinkers, a group of Bengali atheists, issued a statement: Bangladesh government squishing freedom of speech by arresting and harassing young bloggers inside the country We are drawing your attention to an ominous development that is taking place right now in Bangladesh. To appease a handful of radical islamist preachers, the government has embarked …

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Apr 03 2013

An atheist, who was brutally stabbed by the Islamists, is now arrested by the government.

The present government of Bangladesh is called ‘secular’. People who do not know the meaning of secular call this government ‘secular’. Asif Mohiuddin was brutally stabbed by the Islamists. Now the government arrested him for the crime of being an atheist. His blog was banned by the government a few days ago. His yesterday’s facebook …

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Mar 28 2013

Blogs on atheism are banned in a so called ‘liberal Muslim country’!

Bangladesh has been banning blogs that criticize Islam and Muhammad. It is nothing but a horror story. Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission sent a letter to amarblog.com asking for information about six of its bloggers. But amarblog.com refused to do so. As per Bangladesh Telecommunication Control Act, BTRC can ask for information from anyone having telecommunication …

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Mar 18 2013

Not only the Islamists, the government is now harassing atheists in Bangladesh.

‘It is time to refuse to tiptoe around people who claim respect, consideration, special treatment, on the grounds that they have a religious faith, as if having a faith were a privilege endowing virtue, as if it were noble to believe in unsupported claims and ancient superstitions.’ – A. C. Grayling * It seems a …

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Mar 04 2013

Believers behave alike.

I laugh out loud every time I watch this video. I laugh because exactly the same thing happens when I quote from the Quran. Believers are so fucking funny!

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