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Throughout history, freethinkers have outraged the religious with their wacky ideas about the virtues of free speech, reason, and, of course, eating babies. Now, God is dying—and it's time to dispose of his remains. From the pits of Hell, Satan sends two puppets of the imperialist West and the Zionist Jews against God, Islam, and tiny kittens to bring you their propaganda and conspire for a new world order. This is Secular Jihadists for a Muslim Enlightenment—with Ali Rizvi and Armin Navabi.

Sep 13, 2019

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“Zac” (not his real name) joined us from Pakistan to talk about what it’s like on the ground there for the underground LGBT community and the growing (but notoriously secret) ex-Muslim atheist voices. He is also launching The Sinning Skeptics,...


Aug 30, 2019

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Harris Sultan is one of the only Pakistani atheists who makes his videos in Urdu, and recently hosted debates on religion and Islam with top Pakistani celebrity Hamza Ali Abbasi. He is also the author of "The Curse of God." Recently blocked from...


Aug 29, 2019

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Seth Andrews is a pioneering legend in atheist activism, a former Christian broadcaster, and one of the most avid supporters of the Ex-Muslim movement. He joins us on Secular Jihadists as we talk about political fracturing within the atheist...


Aug 27, 2019

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As a youth, Leon Korteweg joined a neo-Nazi group in the Netherlands, dabbled in Holocaust denial, resisted what he thought was the replacement of the white race with immigrants, and dreamed about an ethnostate. Today, he speaks out against...


Aug 20, 2019

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"I'm an atheist, which means I don't believe in God. I don't believe in him." These words should be harmless to anyone who advocates for free expression. But Mohamed Hisham said them on a national TV...