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The Criminal Fate Worship

Last year, during the deadly fire in Mati, a popular website uploaded the ‘news’ of the rescue of an icon of the Virgin Mary, after personal intervention of… herself. Forgive my naiv...

The Tragedy of Innocent Young Lives Lost in the Iranian Revolution Protests

During this transformative and profound time, the world witnessed a powerful and ongoing movement in Iran—the protests of the Iranian Revolution. These incidents left me completely shocked and with an...

The Cost of Free Thought in Pakistan

“Either grant me the bliss of the ignorant or give me the strength to bear the knowledge” wrote Mashal Khan on his Facebook wall, nine days before his brutal lynching in Abdul Wali Khan Un...

An Atheist in Turkey

Submitted to AAI for our member’s consideration; translated by Google: I am 40 years old. I live in Istanbul, Turkey. And I want to share with you my experiences as an atheist woman. In 2003 fro...

The Epistemological Paradigm Of Post-Religious Humility

AAI received a scholarly article with an unusual angle supportive of the naturalistic or atheistic perspective on life. The article basically compares a new genre of humility tinged by scientific awe ...

Iran: More executions, more protests in Iran, UK and everywhere. Silence is inhuman, unethical and self-defeating

Submitted by Maryam Namazie. For more information, please contact her at: m.namazie@onelawforall.org.uk. On 7 January, Iran executed another two young men on charges of ‘spreading corruption on earth’...

An Ex-Muslim: How and Why I Became an Atheist

The following was submitted to the blog by one of AAI’s followers. The writer’s name is being withheld to protect family still in Afghanistan. . . . As Richard Dawkins says about religion ...

AAI supported blasphemy case triumphs in Bangladesh

In October 2020, a mob combined of Muslim and Hindu extremists staged protest rallies demanding the arrest and death penalty of Mohammed Alam, a secular activist from the Panchagar district of Banglad...