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At 10:16am on November 30, 2010, Prometheus said…
Hi. I was raised devout but got more liberal as I got older.
At 4:31am on September 14, 2010, Mohamed Zaki said…
welcome HQ, i am on COEM as well my username is kimo whats yours? but i haven't been active there for quite a while..
At 6:26am on September 10, 2010, Argentium said…
why is thattttttttt ?? :P
At 10:40am on August 29, 2010, Sufian Ahmad said…
Sorry I just saw ur comment...
I guess I say God's name multiple times a day, I don't have a problem with it or lets say you cannot really speak much arabic without saying God, unless if u care that much.
I don't have a problem with these God in Languages as a Cultural Fossil, I guess, I guess why be "religious" about it :D
At 2:38am on August 22, 2010, Anonymous Anon said…
nope,however its funny that you asked that, my dream country to live in is Norway!!!
At 6:04am on August 12, 2010, Ghada Al. said…
hey dear
thank you for accepting the add :)
glad to see a saudi female atheist around here !
i found this website by accident, i was googling something.. its very interesting to find an online community exclusive For Nontheists!
At 3:04pm on July 31, 2010, E.Lag said…
Thanks for welcoming me :)
At 10:32am on July 25, 2010, ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ said…
The truth is that women indeed have lighter brains ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_brain#Structure ) but this doesn't have any relevance regarding intelligence. Actually, the male brains have a lower metabolic rate than the female brains. Watch this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO3rDS6GYow
Don't start to argue in contradictory with stupid people, in this particular context with men, because you'll lose. Maybe you'll win the argument but you'll still lose. It is better to make them think if you can. Don't tell them what you believe but raise questions in their heads. They have to draw the conclusions alone. Present them facts and data but don't provide them your conclusions. Don't be frustrated if they don't come to your conclusion. Majority will not draw any conclusion because they are afraid and because of their weak minds. Your mission is just to plant seeds in people's heads. Sometimes you spread your seeds on fertile soil, sometimes on dry and hard rock.
I was born in Transylvania, I was raised in a Transylvanian Romanian culture, my ancestors were mainly Greek-Catholics excepting some that came from Bucovina and were Christianized Jews (that was the Christian Orthodox side of my family). Russians occupied Romania and Transylvania and forced everybody to become Orthodox. My mother baptized me as Orthodox but my father was always an atheist. In my teenage years, I was religious for a bit because I thought that will make me a better person and that is "normal" thing to do but I never could make peace between the science and the bible. Eventually, I renounced to ask on and on those unanswered questions raised by the contradictions between the science and the bible and immediately I noticed how much mental energy I unconsciously kept occupied with stupid dilemmas and how much of it is available now. I really felt a very quick improvement in my brain activity.

I came in USA in 2005 and right now I am in Houston. Maybe we should continue to talk in an email?
At 2:34pm on July 24, 2010, ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ said…
I am a doctor too so don't take his opinion like coming from someone "that knows what he is talking". Why doesn't he forbid his son to drive? Does he want his son dead? I care about that doctor so much that I would like to forbid him to drive. I don't want him to die in an accident. Will he be compliant with my ban? I don't think so because he will not recognize my authority. In the same time, he wants to have authority over you... Why doesn't the state let up to the families to ban girls from driving? Why have the government to be concerned with who should be behind the wheels? If I am concerned, I'll not let anyone that is irresponsible to drive: any drunk or drugged person, any child, any mentally disabled, etc.

Texas is a religious place too. I have to be discreet because people discriminate you based on being atheist. I am an immigrant too so I don't want to double my problems by being seen both an immigrant and an atheist. I remember that a few months ago I called a lawyer and the second question after asking my name was "are you Christian?".
There are atheist Texans but they are in a different position than me so it is easier for them. I have to shut up for now, until I get firmly on my feet.
At 12:06pm on July 24, 2010, Murtad Fitri said…
I joined this site in April. I was kinda active for a few weeks, and then I discovered the councilofexmuslims.com forum. I've been addicted to it since. I need to wean myself off it. :)
Take care. :)
At 8:50am on July 24, 2010, ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ said…
I was born in Transylvania and my ethnicity is Romanian. My name is Felix but my whole name is written upside down. I have written it in that way because I live in Texas now and I don't want these people to know I'm an atheist.

I see you are still living in Saudi Arabia. Putting aside what people like to gossip against your country, are there signs of opening and emancipation or is your country more and more religious?
At 6:49pm on July 23, 2010, ɟǝןıx dǝʇɹɐɹ said…
Welcome on A|N. Your mother is what exactly? What ethnicity?
At 5:48pm on July 23, 2010, Murtad Fitri said…
Welcome to Atheist Nexus. :-)
At 1:03am on June 25, 2010, Atheist Princess said…
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