Human rights Vs Islamophobia

To call yourself a Human Rights Activist, one would expect you value all human rights? Right? Ask Muslim human rights activists what are their views of apostates of Islam and their rights? What are their views of gender unequal rights in Islam? Ask their views about LGBTQ rights in Islam? Jews, Christians, and non-believers in Islam?

There are some trolls who accused me of being Islamophobe and disrespecting Islam and their faith -as their human right. These people do not know Human Rights if it hit them in the face!

Do you see me using pig faces or degrading nudity photos of the prophet or his wives? Do you see me using photos turning Kabaa into a toilet or more importantly do you ever seem me generalising and attacking people who believe in Islam with insults…as some do? The answer is no. I present my views and observations of Islam using memes. Memes need to have a touch of satire or parody to lighten the subject and allow people to see the irony of the situation. It is not different to many memes you see in daily bases. Just because you dislike them, you cannot call me Islamophobe…when I talk about women war bounty, this is from the Quran.and Hadith, when I talk about Muhammad’s many many marriages, this is in the Quran and hadith, when I talk about the scientific errors and contradictions in the Quran, I am providing the evidence with a light hearted image to show how ridiculous the logic is, like in this meme. None of this is Islamophobic! Learn the difference between attacking people, and mocking contradictions in a faith. The

You cannot have it your way where you have a right to promote your faith and be critical of all other faiths including people who leave Islam, and then scream Islamophobs when someone dares to be critical of yours!

What you need to know is this….Freedom of religion includes freedom from religion.

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Notice: All the memes are public domain and as such you are welcomed to share freely. This blog is your one-stop source for all the information you need as an Ex-Muslim leaving Islam. Due to popular demands, I have decided to set up an online blog with all the memes you will need to source. The memes are intended to be fun, touches of humour, and informative. Every year many people like you and me, leave Islam. The US reports that 23% of American born Muslims have left Islam, 18% of British Muslims have left Islam, BBC reported in 2019 that 18% of Arabs see themselves are irreligious with the rate as high as 30% among the youth. This page is intended mainly to translate the many atheist Arabic memes that are shared in the Arabic social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Islamophobic content will not be tolerated! Content that challenges the teachings of the Quran, Hadith, Serat (story) of Mohammad, and Islamic teachings are all welcomed. If you are considering to convert to Islam or you are Muslim who is questioning your faith, this is the place to be. We welcome your contributions.

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