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I'm commonly asked how I became such a lowly kafir (disbeliever), and like all things in these high tech days, there's a simple answer: The Internet!
The Internet brings the Devil of rational thinking worldwide 24-7, and it is with that spirit that I guide my flock of goats towards other resources on the 'net that I find of assistance in thought-crime and calumny. Dig in!
A new and improved website for promoting humanism in the Muslim world. A site dedicated to the separation of "Mosque and State." A site put up by the Kafir Al-Akbar, Ibn Warraq. 'Nuff said.
Blog containing well-written and knowledgeable critiques of Islamic belief and practice along with the personal experience of the author, an American convert to Islam.
A brilliant Atheist and apostate from Islam who uses the pseudonym Mojo Bobo put forth this site. It has some interesting points about logic and Islam. Highly recommended!
Islam @ the Secular Web
This page contains links to many of the other sites that I would recommend you take a gander at in examining Islam from a critical perspective. The Secular Web is probably the biggest Atheist site on the net.
Faith Freedom International
A site by Ali Sina, an Iranian apostate, pointing out the inconsistencies of Islamic belief, as well as the theological roots of Islamic violence. The site has an excellent link section, and many very informative essays. Previously: Rational Thinking
A Bengali (Bangla) and English site from a Free Thinker's perspective. The vast majority of the articles critique Islam or Islamic apologetics, but other articles range from the veracity of atheism to refutations of the flim-flam, flapdoodle and calumny put forth by certain Indian gurus and 'godmen'.
Kissing Hank's Ass
A parable that describes to a tee Islam and Christianity.
Provides links to all of the radical Islamic groups one's heart could desire!
Alternative View of Islam
A site that attempts to compile the most extensive list of sites critical of Islam on the net. The listed sites range from the polite to the openly hostile, and the list itself has been bounced off of space providers in the past. A cornucopia of web pages giving readers a more accurate picture of the subersive plots of the kuffaar. Yamkuroona wa Allaahu khayru al-Maakireena!
A web site that takes the somewhat politically incorrect road of attempting to judge Islam based on both deen in practice as well as deen in theory, with the main goal being to hi-light exhibitions of the darker side of the former. The site has a good interactive quality to it, allowing visitors to easily take part in discussion on the topics presented.
James Randi Educational Foundation
Home of James Randi's $1,000,000 challenge to anyone able to produce evidence of the supernatural. Nuermous articles refuting and ridiculing pseudoscience and belief in the paranormal.
We suppose some of you would like to find places to debate topics relevant to theism in general or some specific religion (exempli gratia: Islam, Christianity, et cetera) in particular, so here are some spots on the net that we recommend:
And of course, let us not forget some of the great theist sites out there: