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Helping exmuslims, normalizing dissent, eradicating blasphemy stigma, and voicing my thoughts.

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Apostate Aladdin
4 days ago
I recall coming across Yasir Qadhi's video "Why Are Muslims Leaving Islam" a few years ago. I was confused because what it didn't quite fit my case It's about time I rewatched it. Set a reminder to join me on livestream. I'll try to make it short!
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
Using big words gives the impression that someone is in a position of intellectual authority and is telling the truth, but it's not always the case. Be sure to actually give it thought and follow up. You shouldn't need to be a philosopher to make sense of god's core concepts 9/9
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
If it truly takes so much learning to conclude that the irreconcilable STILL is true, because faith, then allah missed the mark. Most humans don't have the time or intellect required to sit through this kind of long-winded non-answer. To base their eternal fate on it is cruel 8/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
I hope you don't interpret this as hostile, though it's difficult to be civil with a man who believes I should be executed under different circumstances But I think that he masks his faith-based answers in a veneer of intellectualism. It works on many, unfortunately 7/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
You can sniff out the underlying bias (it's either allah or drugs and distractions!). Nobody reading this would propose that drugs make life worthy. Strawmanning to bolster your faith-based, emotional position doesn't make it factual 6/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
Without delving into it, I am not a snowman. My life matters because of its value to my loved ones, because of my ability to enjoy it, or a host of other reasons. Saying it doesn't matter if god doesn't exist (which isn't the topic of the article) is a classic religious trope 5/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
He believes that the tragedies and evil in the world not caused by man's free will can be attributed to an overarching, good, unknowable divine plan. That's only because he is uncomfortable with not knowing the actual answer, and thinks life is meaningless otherwise 4/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
Muslim apologists and dawah men always credit logic and rationality for their conclusions, yet, his conclusion is essentially motivated by the need to feel "safe". It is emotional, which is absolutely valid on its own. But his brand and style seem to imply the opposite 3/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
"..what is the mechanism through which Godly determinism and human free will can coexist?" This paragraph could've been the whole article. He's saying god DOES reconcile the contradictory concepts, we just can't know HOW because god is too complex etc. It's a non-answer 2/
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Apostate Aladdin
48 minutes ago
I just got through reading the article. This topic was on my mind as a muslim. The article takes us through his journey but in when it comes specifically to answering the contradiction, it was (and i'm sorry to be blunt) a waste of time. Here's why: 🧵1/
@mohammed_hijab
Mohammed Hijab
9 hours ago
I have written an essay on free-will and Qadr whilst doing my post-graudate course at the University of Oxford. I have consulted the Islamic tradition, the Christian tradition and the secular philosophical tradition in this work
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Apostate Aladdin
8 hours ago
I don't recall seeing him critique ANYTHING she said about islam. Just lots of chest thumping and gross mentions of noodles in every context (even fecal, what's the obsession?) Aren't you married? Talking about another woman this often is very sus
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Apostate Aladdin
8 hours ago
"intellectually dumped"
@AliDawah1
Ali Dawah
12 hours ago
Loooool this is like an ex who’s obsessed with me 😂, and the irony is that she talks about me after months of being intellectually dumped, and claims I was obsessed with her 😂😂🤦🤦😂. @InfidelNoodle darling mooove on please.
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Apostate Aladdin
a day ago
About online disagreements
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Apostate Aladdin
a day ago
I wonder how the state of the jinn ummah is. Do they have a metaphysical, metaphorical wave of apostasy too? Or do they not have jinn internet? 😅
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Apostate Aladdin
a day ago
Aside from just practicing more speeches, is there a strategy you find useful to minimize speech crutches like "uhm, you know, anyway," etc?
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Apostate Aladdin
2 days ago
I don't mean me lol. I mean the wave of apostasy. They either don't know or don't address what's really causing apostasy. The best they do is an acrobatic mental dance and emotional blackmail
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Apostate Aladdin
2 days ago
These dawah men have no idea what's coming..
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Apostate Aladdin
2 days ago
Today I remembered how I used to think of the English word "infidel". As an Arabic speaker, i didn't learn an actual definition. It was insinuated to mean: enemy, rebel, malicious, disbeliever And that's how many muslims feel about exmuslims
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Apostate Aladdin
3 days ago
fun fact: I almost drowned twice in my youth. Maybe shaytan saved me so I can be his pawn later

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