Family

Broken family

This is a guest post by M, an Ex-Muslim who is a molecular physicist based out of New England. She wrote this in reference to divisions as a result of religion within her family. Two words that sweep under the rug a marriage and the babies that followed. A decades-long …

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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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