Interview with a Saudi atheist

Nov 28, 2012 | Posted by: Hedonist | Full story: www.yourmiddleeast.com

“If someone declared that he was non-believer, regardless of whether the government took action or not, he would be cut off by his family, he would be fired from his own job, people everywhere would talk about him and warn others about him. It would be highly likely that people would hurt him physically, perhaps murder him.”

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Nov 30, 2012
 
"After a while, I came to beleive that the whole of religion is nothing but man's invention to fight reality and impose order."

- Jabir, Arabian atheist

Saudi Arabia is a murderous theocracy. And christians would like to turn the US into one.
EdSed

Hamilton, UK

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Dec 1, 2012
 
Quote, "I found some religious teachings and rules didn't make any sense. So, I started asking questions..."
There are freethinkers everywhere. That is what religionists really fear - questions.

One should never fear a question. If one does fear a question, one should ask oneself 'why?'

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