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Secular Jihadists from the Middle East is a podcast with atheist, exMuslim hosts.

Apr 18, 2018

Daniel Haqiqatjou earned his physics degree at Harvard. This is also where he became a devout, dedicated Muslim. Today, he runs MuslimSkeptic.com, featuring articles like, "Yes, It's Okay for Mosques to Ban Women," and "Attracted to the Same Sex? Marry the Opposite Sex." Coming from a secular Shia Iranian...


Apr 11, 2018

Unlike our discussion with scheduled guests, live streams with Ali and Armin will be streaming live publicly.

On these live streams, we'll take pre-requested questions from our Patrons (Mossad's Shoe tier +) and questions from anyone present during the live chat if we run out of Patron requested questions. We also might...


Apr 4, 2018

Imtiaz Shams spent half of his life growing up in Saudi Arabia as a devout Muslim—visiting Mecca every year, praying, fasting, memorizing the Quran, and devouring books on Islam like the Riyad us-Saliheen, a collection of hadith (transmitted sayings and actions) of the Prophet Muhammad and his Sahaaba (companions)....


Mar 30, 2018

Asadullah al-Andalusi is a research fellow for Yaqeen Institute and an international speaker for the Muslim Debate Initiative on the subject of Islamic thought and civilization. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Malaya and is doing his dissertation on the subject of extremism and terrorism. He has...


Mar 21, 2018

With Iceland weighing a ban on male infant circumcision, the usual outcry from Jews and Muslims about "religious freedom," and prominent Muslim activists like Maajid Nawaz now openly speaking against the age-old procedure, circumcision is back in the news in a big way. In this episode, we speak to Brian D Earp,...