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A past Muslim . . . now an atheist in Pakistan - last commented 14 August 2012 11:25 AM

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This forum is great. Dawkins is my favorite writer How I get all those books is different story

THANKS A LOT TO ALL YOU GUYS

Wed, 25 Jul 2012 13:24:28 UTC | #950053

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Comment 23 by Mark Ribbands :

Hi 050 I'll be nearby soon on business. Do get in touch privately if you'd like to meet for lunch. Mark

Thanks mark, but I can't you know I can't expose my self to 'anyone' The threat involved is that of death and death in public may be by your own friends...!

Wed, 25 Jul 2012 13:21:00 UTC | #950052

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Comment 16 by VrijVlinder :

I have found some resources for any Pakistani Atheist or agnostic website where you may find support.

Here is some information for everyone if they wish to inform themselves on atheism in Pakistan. The rise of atheism in Pakistan

excerpt :

An increasing number of young Pakistani’s are adopting Atheism and openly questioning the existence of a God. Many analysts have attributed this trend to the rise of Islamist militancy in Pakistan as well as access to social media and other technological tools that allow people to share and explore new ideas.

A Facebook group called ‘Pakistani Atheists and Agnostics’ was launched a few months ago and has already attracted over 800 members. I caught up with the founder of this group, a young Pakistani Technologist operating under the pseudonym ‘Hazrat Nakhuda’, in order to discuss this new phenomenon.

Thanks a lot

Wed, 25 Jul 2012 13:16:00 UTC | #950051

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Comment 8 by VrijVlinder :

If you really want to change , you can build an underground atheist safe house. Have someone create a website and host it outside Pak then build a network of users who also want things to change. If anything you will find kindred people . I know this is not a super fast result but it can mean change in the long run.

Information is here to free ourselves. We must do our part to change things where ever we are as prudently as possible .

There has got to be more people like you like us , Atheists need a presence in that part of the world. Why should you have to leave !! Secularism must be supported, you must help unite them even if in secret.

this fight is against allah and all the names it goes by. No more oppression by the gods of the foolish or those who might claim to be wise !!

"yes" i will not leave as suggested by most; my family is here it is my birth country, i actually love it. This is the most effective answer it will help me not only does it give words to my feelings but also I will be more satisfied that i am doing something for the betterment of my nation

Wed, 25 Jul 2012 13:14:58 UTC | #950050

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