Where is the line between criticizing and bigotry?

Recently, I read an article about how Sonia Kruger, a well-known Australian celebrity, claimed that Australia must close its borders to all Muslims. As an atheist/ ex-muslim whol lives in Australia, this sounds like bigotry to me as it is targeted towards a group of people. I have always criticised Islam but I have never... Continue Reading →

Anguish of freedom

Sartre describes that people are condemned to freedom. Although, they deprive themselves of freedom by making bad choices known as “bad faith”. They deceive themselves into thinking that they do not have the freedom to make choices because of fear of any potential consequences of making a choice. By sticking with the safe, easy, default... Continue Reading →

Quran, ass, duct tape and I

I’m in the 4th grade of primary school. 8 in the morning, in the schoolyard. We are all in lines waiting for a student to start his tilawat of Quran. You see, in Iran, at schools, it is mandatory to start the day with tilawat of a surah of Quran. Usually done by a student... Continue Reading →

Atheism is not a crime!

There are 13 countries in the world that punish atheism, blasphemy and apostasy with death penalty. There are also other countries that atheists, blasphemer and apostates are prosecuted and severely discriminated against. Please share and raise awareness. This needs to stop. From Ex-muslim Council: Egyptian Atheist and Youtube Vlogger Sherif Gaber has disappeared and is... Continue Reading →

Discrimination towards refugees by other migrants!

When we talk about discrimination towards refugees, we usually think of locals who don't like migrants because they think the refugees "steal" their tax money and jobs! However, I'm not talking about locals here. I am talking about other migrants! YES! I have recently observed a great deal of discrimination and hatred towards refugees by... Continue Reading →

Hawking’s threat!

Stephen Hawking has passed away. I was in the middle of class, teaching, when a student of mine read the news. I was sad but I continued teaching with a stronger desire. We have this one life to appreciate and flourish, and he certainly did! All of his struggles and all of his accomplishments. And... Continue Reading →

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