FreeThoughtHuman Rights

The taboo of drawing Mohammed

A. R. Mirza is a Canadian ex-muslim interested in exploring the history of religious traditions and how they influence today’s world especially Islam in the modern world. Drawing Mohammed has always been a controversial issue, in school we were taught that it was “haram” of forbidden. But as of late …

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Draw Mohammed Day

Omar is a Canadian graduate in technology, this is his first post on the topic of Islam and Blasphemy. Today is draw Muhammad day. I think it’s important for us to talk about why such a day is needed, and why this day isn’t what a lot of people, specifically …

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Family

Mothers Day: The Letter that Can’t Be Sent

This is a guest post by N.N.S. who is based in the Mid-West and is currently stuck in a management position, hoping to get back to his computer science roots! Hi Mom, this is the letter I would give anything to write to you but cannot because of the secrets …

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Islam: An arduous and unnecessary journey in the 21st century.

This is a guest post by André the Kafir. André is a Midwest-based student studying astrophysics. This is his first piece about Islam. What really irks me about Islam, and other religions, are the unnecessary complexities its followers have to grapple with. I think there might be a way for …

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Family

Pitfalls of Desi Parenting: A Male Child’s Letter to his Parents

This is a guest post by SRW. SRW is a Toronto-based writer and software engineer, with an interest in mobile development. This is his first piece about issues within our culture related to parenting. Let’s raise the perfect child. This child is going to have a stellar career with the …

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