This thread is for discussion between ex-Muslims and about leaving Islam. As leaving Islam can be a very difficult situation, I believe it would be helpful to have a platform to be able to discuss it, share experiences and help each other if we're going through tough or uncertain times. So discuss away!
This society has been approved by the D&CA moderation team and is subject to the same rules as all other Religion forum societies. That means:
No structured, formal debating should take place in this thread
This thread may be used for informal on-topic and sensible off-topic chat
No Muslim vs ex-Muslim fights
In short, please respect the right of others to discuss matters which you may not personally agree with.
Users who do not adhere to these guidelines will be warned/banned as appropriate
Last edited by Democracy; 01-09-2013 at 16:33.
Reason: Adding thread guidelines
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For me, science made more sense than superficial nonsense that was written in a book. I wasn't really even following Islam to begin with. The religion I was following was something I believed was Islam, but wasn't.
(Original post by harry_007)
Why not a TSR Revert thread as converting to Islam can be equally as difficult?
White converts with hijabs have been spat on, fought upon, and had their headscarves ripped off in a supposed civilised advanced society.
I agree, converts to Islam can also face difficulties in the West, so if you want a society for converts to Islam, get it approved by the mods
But is it actually equally difficult? How many White Christians believe that other White Christians who convert to Islam should have their heads chopped off in a Christian state? How many countries in the world arrest people who convert to Islam?
(Original post by Andy_Morris)
No, I think this thread is a victory for you. Your beliefs are just as valid as the beliefs of others. You both have no knowledge so why should anyone judge either of you differently??
Equality is best.
My lack of belief in devils, angels, jinns, black magic and flying horses is just as equally valid as a Muslim's belief in them?