My Conversation with Muslim Feminist Over “White Men Sam Harris And Bill Maher Can’t Discuss Islam”

maxresdefault1Before you read this article, I highly advise you to read my articles: Become a Successful Left Wing Muslim Apologist in Six Steps, and How Islam Apologist Leftists May Respond To Bill Maher/Sam Harris Discussing Islam.  They provide the necessary context for this article.

Bina Shah is a writer for NY Times, Muslim feminist, and a stellar journalist.  She has written many articles that I do enjoy and find valuable for public discourse.  I highly advise you to read her work.

However, she has recently spouted a cliche fallacy on the discussions around Islam.  She has suggested that Bill Maher and Sam Harris should not discuss Islam reform because they’re white men.  We had a twitter exchange in response to this.  Below are screenshots of our exchange.

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Advocating For #BanIslam And #FreeSpeech Together Is A Contradiction

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The Context

In today’s climate, Islam is the most politicized religion in the world.  There are Islamist parties and uprisings worldwide.  There have been countless terrorist attacks in the western world where the attacker was a lone wolf terrorist “self radicalized” into the Islamist ideology.  Every time a drawing or mockery of Muhammed becomes widely circulated, Muslims all get offended and the extremist Muslims become really violent. Click to keep reading!

Predicting The Regressive Left’s Response to the OSU Attacks

Earlier today a young man named Abdul Razak Artan attacked civilians in the Ohio State University Campus.  He attacked and injured 9 people with a butcher knife before he was killed by the Police.  As of this moment, the authorities are still investigating whether it was an act of terrorism.

I came across this captioned photo of Abdul in social media.

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How I Used To Yearn For A Universal Caliphate

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Coming from a Sunni-Sufi background, there was a great emphasis on dreams and visions in my religious upbringing.  People would have conscious “visions” and dreams of Prophets, angels and jinns coming before them and sending them a message about the truth, dreams etc.  This would have potentially dangerous effects because if a religious authority had a dream that someone he knew was fornicating, that person would get into unwarranted trouble.  Even though it could easily have been just a dream.
We called these visions “Kashf” and they were believed to be messages from Allah and the Prophet.

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