Want a career as a Muslim apologist? There are many ways you can become the next Reza Aslan, Linda Sarsour, Dalia Mogahed etc. Here are the following steps you can take.
Around a year and two days ago, I have joined the organization called The Ex Muslims of North America (EXMNA). This organization is a community organization where Ex Muslims in different parts of North America host networkingbonding events. The networking events can vary: from getting together and having drinks to skiing together. It is all about creating friendships and solidarity. Click for more!
I’ve always wanted to write more about moderate Muslims and express my great interest to that subtopic of Islam Reform. While I have created content in the past on the subject, the book we are about to discuss certainly gives the “necessary jolt” for me to discuss moderate Muslims in the West.
General Thoughts On The Atheist Muslim
I have recently finished an audiobook of “The Atheist Muslim” By Ali Rizvi.
The book is about a wide variety of things, but if I had to sum it up it is about the conflicting ideological struggles and identity crises in the Muslim world today.
The “Muslim world” in this case consists of the global population of Muslims, from minority diasporas in the western world to Muslim majority countries in the Middle East, South Asia, North Africa etc.
In the video below, I speak with my new friend Zohal on her life story. She provides some fascinating nuances on how feminism is helpful in an Islamic context. Enjoy! Click for more!
During the month of Ramadan, a state owned fuel company in Jakarta, Indonesia is offering two liters of free petrol per chapter read to motorcyclists. There are prayer rooms set up in the gas stations to accommodate this endeavor. The program organizers say the goal is to promote Islam in society. Click for more!
There are countless Hadiths that say that if a man calls upon his wife for a sexual encounter, she is discouraged from refusing.
With the exception of two verses directed at wives of the Prophet, the Quran never speaks directly to women. Women are referred to in the third person in the Quran. They are either addressed through “men and women,” or “your wives, your daughters, your mothers” etc. Click to keep on reading!
Disclaimer: This is in no way, an attempt to police language in the name of political correctness. Consider this a way to reach out to the largest defendants against critics of Islam: radical left wing activists through their own rhetoric. Enjoy.
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Traditionally, the terms light and white have been meant to signify pure, savior, clean, etc. The terms black and darkness have been attributed to evil and had grim connotations. In contemporary times, there have been many activists and writers that spoke about this. Try these articles for example: Click to keep on reading!