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The Satanic Verses Event

Where there is no belief, there is no blasphemy. – Salman Rushdie When most people hear of Satanic Verses, they usually think about author Salman Rushdie and the controversy surrounding his novel, which inspired a fatwa against him. He had to … Continue reading

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Islamic Banking

At one and the same time we must philosophize, laugh, and manage our household and economics, while never ceasing to proclaim the words of true philosophy. – Epicurean Saying 41 One of the soundest aspects of Islam is the banking … Continue reading

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Muhammad and the Problem of Proof

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. – Carl Sagan Muhammad was illiterate. He was no philosopher, and he didn’t have the intellectual formation of someone for whom the evidence that nature presents to our faculties serves as the foundation for every aspect … Continue reading

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In Solidarity With Draw Muhammed Day

The above picture is my all-time favorite Draw Muhammed Day entry. It shows something that most Islamophobes would never consider: a smiley, down-to-Earth, friendly image of the Arabian prophet. Many people use DMD as a chance to depict Muhammad as … Continue reading

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