Ex-Muslims that follow me
Egyptians that like my work on the Halawa case
Now it is almost impossible for a white person to prove they are not racist. It is like being accused of being a witch. So instead of trying a normal route, I thought I would put up a page that might make people think, if they have an open mind.
Consider the response of ex-Muslims to my writings. I said in my L&H speech on Islam that it is good for us critics of Islam to listen in particular to ex-Muslims. Ex-Muslims have loved ones who are still Muslim, so they do not hate all Muslims. They just want personal liberation from a religion. That is the type of criticism of Islam all critics should aim for.
I am in fact followed on social media by quite a few ex-Muslims, secular and liberal Muslims, and members of minorities living in the Islamic world. I think this means I must be doing criticism of Islam right.
Iran in the 1970s.
These people still exist. They are underground or in exile. But their day will come again.
Afghanistan in 1967-68.
Radical Islamist oppression is not "their culture". It is a modern revolution, and it must be stopped.
Ex-Muslim Yasmine Mohammed, author of Confessions of an ExMuslim, follows me.
Ex-Muslim Rayhana Sultan follows me.
Ex-Muslim "Nuka Cola" follows me.
Ex-Muslim Raja Khalid follows me.
Ex-Muslim "Mehran" follows me.
Ex-Muslim Syed Wahaj follows me.
Ex-Muslim Donna Zharrod follows me.
Ex-Muslim Randy Barat follows me.
Ex-Muslim Asad Mahmud follows me.
Indian ex-Muslim "IntrovertedSmiles" follows me.
So it is interesting that Egyptian Christians and Egyptian liberals do not see it that way.
Another Egyptian Copt, An_Egyptian, follows me, and likes my Halawa stuff.
An amazing clash of cultures:
A liberal Egyptian tries to promote my site to Irish leftist Halawa supporter "Olive Bridget".
She will not listen. She blocked me for criticising Halawa, and was so angry she complained to my employer.
Liberal, secular Egyptians should expect no solidarity from the Irish left. They are the "wrong" type of Egyptians.
The Third Jihad (2008).
Narrated by the liberal, anti-jihad Muslim, M. Zuhdi Jasser.