Gender

Gender

GenderHuman Rights

Women’s Rights vs Anti- Muslim Bigotry: An Unfortunate Tension

Today the Arab American News begrudgingly reports, “We hate to do this but…investigators say that the Muslim girl lied about getting attacked by Trump supporters on a NYC subway. She was out drinking with friends and made up the story to ‘distract her angry father.’ She ran away from home …

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Family

Family

Family

Jealousy, Freedom & Friendship

This is a guest post by Haritha, a Syrian Ex-Muslim About half a year ago, I moved into my first place in the US, starting a new chapter of my life. One day four months ago I was passing by the pool at my apartment when I heard joyful sounds …

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Human Rights

Human Rights

Tunisian Atheist Amna
FreeThoughtHuman Rights

Algerian and Tunisian Free Thinkers under threat for ‘ridiculing’ Quran

A series of verses mimicking the style of the Quran titled Surah (Chapter) Corona have lit Arab social media on fire. The verses were written by an Algerian atheist Djilou and shared widely angering many conservative Muslims who have issued death threats and calls for arrest of those involved. We …

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Voices

Voices

Voices

A Call For Unity – JT Eberhard

This is an edited excerpt from a talk given by JT Eberhard at the American Atheist Convention 2015. He can be reached at his blog  What would JT Do? and twitter @jteberhard We atheists are doing what we’ve always done: calling for compassion, both from our peers and in our lawmaking. …

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Thrive

Thrive

Opinion

Opinion

OpinionReligion

Islamism: From Turkey to Canada

Vasarav is a tax attorney based in Montreal I’m a Turkish-Canadian and I’m getting a sick sense of déjà vu these days. Despite sporadic and relatively minor incidents of violence, for example a hotel set on fire in response to a Turkish publisher who wanted to publish The Satanic Verses, …

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Religion

Religion

OpinionReligion

Islamism: From Turkey to Canada

Vasarav is a tax attorney based in Montreal I’m a Turkish-Canadian and I’m getting a sick sense of déjà vu these days. Despite sporadic and relatively minor incidents of violence, for example a hotel set on fire in response to a Turkish publisher who wanted to publish The Satanic Verses, …

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