By Scott Douglas Jacobsen In Peshawar, there are poets who advocate for humanism in the literary world. To many youths who have grown up in a system with humanistic values — Unitarian Universalist, secular humanist, humanist, humanist Judaism, ethical culture, ethical society, ethical humanism, and on, and on and … Continue reading
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: As a law graduate from Pakistan, what was your experience there? A.M.: What I observed in Pakistan became the main reason for my conversion or the start of rebellion though it was a gradual and long process. Ultimately, it ended up in me becoming an ex-Muslim.
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 4-Feb-2017 to 10-Feb-2017.
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 14-Jan-2017 to 20-Jan-2017.
The Star has reported that yet another murder has been committed in Karachi. This time the victim was an academic named Waheed ur Rehman. The Star report states that: Tausif Ahmed Khan, the former head of the mass communication department at Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology in … Continue reading
Today, the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) published its response to the Pakistani High Court’s decision to uphold Mumtaz Qadri’s 2011 conviction for murder: Yesterday, the High Court in Lahore, Pakistan, upheld the murder conviction against self-confessed killer, Mumtaz Qadri, despite significant pressure from Islamist supporters of “blasphemy” laws to … Continue reading