Taking The Myth – April 2017 Edition

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This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) and Iram Ramzan of sedaa.org (@Iram_Ramzan) discuss the big topics. We talk about The Stockholm attacks, Islam and dogs, Mashal Khan, Dina Ali, Shelly Asquith trying to whip up a blasphemy mob, the Dortmund attack, Tommy Robinson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s cancelled Australia/NZ speaking tour, Mike Pence, The Far-right, Tesco’s ‘controversial’ Easter promotion, Chechnyan gay concentration camps and more! And the ASLAN Awards!

Recorded on Tues 28th March 2017.

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No, Westminster University Isn’t ‘Shredding All The Qur’ans’ Because Of ‘Prevent’

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The popular monotheistic religions have an established history of violent outbursts in response to perceived transgressions. One faith in particular stands out at this moment in time for its refusal to join the enlightenment.

Some may recall the reports of Qur’ans being desecrated by U.S guards at Guantanamo in 2005. This sparked deadly riots throughout the Muslim world.

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Iggy The Stockholm Dog

 

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Twitter’s ability to bring you the latest news before ‘the news’ gets around to it can be mentally (and emotionally) hazardous if your areas of interest are religious fanaticism and global terror.

Shortly after the Stockholm truck attack which left 4 people dead and many more injured, images of the carnage began to burn themselves into our brains, tweet by tweet. Scenes that belong in the 6th century were now being captured on the streets of Europe via 21st century technology. Some things cannot be unseen.

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali And The Cost Of Speaking Up Against Islamism

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Author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali has cancelled her Australian and New Zealand speaking tour, citing ‘security concerns’ according to reports:

Ali said in a statement she regretted that, “for a number of reasons including security concerns”, she had to cancel her upcoming appearances.

“She is very disappointed indeed about this but was left with no alternative following a succession of organisational lapses on the part of the event organisers, Think Inc,” the statement read.

She was due to speak at events in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. Leading up to the scheduled talks, petitions were signed and anti-Ayaan videos were made. Labels such as ‘hate speech’, ‘Islamophobe’ and ‘white supremacy’ were invoked in order to mask what amounts to an attempt to enforce Islamic blasphemy law.

This all took place to the backdrop of Islamists in Australia being exposed for advocating death for those who leave Islam, as Ayaan Hirsi Ali did.

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Taking The Myth – March 2017 Edition

This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) and Iram Ramzan of sedaa.org (@Iram_Ramzan) discuss the big topics. We talk about the Secularist Of The Year Awards, the European Court ruling on religious dress, the laptop ban, Westminster terror, Blasphemy, Andy Kindler, BBC Asian Network and much, much more! And the ASLAN Awards return!

Recorded on Tues 28th March 2017.

Also available on iTunes, Stitcher and YouTube

Support the podcast at http://www.patreon.com/gspellchecker

Listeners get a free audiobook and trial with Audible at http://www.audibletrial.com/gs


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