I am not sure if this is a hoax. But you have to read this. This is really crazy.
Just think about the irony and how weird this is. This young woman was so emotionally invested in her alter ego conversing with her father she convinced herself her alter ego was real. She then fully immersed her romantic life into this alter ego and fell for the alter ego’s love interest. Isn’t this SO insane?
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Warning: The following has disturbing language and drug use.
This is inspired by a conversation with my cousin few years ago while we weren’t exactly sober. I just remembered it recently and decided to share it with you all.
So in the beginning, there was just Allah/God. God was really bored so he created the heavens, angels etc. Then after much sampling of different trees/plants he created, he created a special tree: marijuana. Click for more!
As the oldest sibling there were a few years in my early childhood that I had nobody to play with. So I would run from one end of my parents’ apartment to the next fighting with my imaginary friends. Boy was I good at martial arts… in my own imagination of course.
We would play power Rangers. I would even lose the battle sometimes and “die.” This is all on home video footage and it’s a very cute memory. It certainly influences my imagination for the rest of my life and even today.
Amos Yee is a Youtuber who uses satire and vulgarity to promote freedom of speech. He recently made a video where he points out the misogyny/violence in the Quran then desecrates it. By desecrate, I mean he rips out pages from the Quran and dry humps it.
Muslim Youtubers Adam Saleh and Karim from AreweKukunow saw this video, and have rallied Muslims to report Amos Yee to Youtube for “racism.”
This caused a wave of Muslims to take notice of atheist debunks of Islam on Youtube, and brand it as “hate speech.”
Recently there was an article by MuftiNews stating how Amos Yee has converted to Islam and became a Mufti. A Mufti is a Muslim legal expert who is empowered to give rulings on religious matters. The same website also stated how Mufti Amos had plans on creating an Islamic Theme Park. Click for more!
So I’m reading Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here By Karima Bennoune. She interviews Muslims who are challenging Islamic Extremism’s influence through maintaining their individuality and fighting for justice. I found one interesting incident, about a former radio talk show host in Algeria who directly defied Islamists. Look below: Click to keep on reading!