Venezuelan Spring: People are the real hero

Demonstrators clash with members of the Bolivarian National Police during an anti-government protests in Caracas on April 20/17 Photo credit: [EPA/Miguel Gutierrez] (ALJAZEERA) People in Caracas have stormed the streets in thousands protesting the start of Maduro’s 6 year presidency, after a controversial election. The opposition leader Juan Guaido has sworn himself as president being... Continue Reading →

Child marriage

Iranian tv has released a video advertising child marriage and attacking the human rights activists and MP's who are pushing to introduce a law to protect children. In the video, the guy says he was 16 and the girl was 14 when they got married. They address the MP's as "unrespected" people who wants to... Continue Reading →

Ex-muslim conference in Melbourne

So this awesome event is coming up in Melbourne. Grab your tickets below. A conference on the plight of ex-Muslims, their persecution and their human rights. Losing your religion can be hard, but for some, it can be fatal. For a Muslim, punishments for abandoning the faith range from ostracism and rejection by the family,... Continue Reading →

Sex on TV! Nauzubillah

So Islamic republic of Iran is a fascinating regime. What's more fascinating is the media in Iran. Being run by the state and controlled by the supreme leader's direct supervision, heavily censored, full of propaganda, zero tolerance and so on... are only a few peculiarities of the Islamic republic of Iran's media. A few days... Continue Reading →

Yemen, sorry we are too busy.

“Yemen, you realise, is a country where people are dying for lack of a taxi fare.” Declan Walsh, New york times. https://nyti.ms/2ztWuGM Where are muslims? You know the ones who shout their lungs out when a cartoonists* draw a drawing of Muhammad. The ones who are always offended by criticism. The ones who are always... Continue Reading →

Obsessive deduction and religion

Totality of religions determines that one religion is completely right and all other religions are wrong. A true believer which is 85 percent of the world’s population believes so. This is based on strict faith-based epistomology meaning that the true religion’s claims are non-falsifiable. The validity of it is indeterminable and a believer of the... Continue Reading →

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