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2.5% of Arabs describe themselves as الملحدين العرب or Arabs that left religion (read this as Islam) and اللادينيون or atheists!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 11, 2013 at 15:14

For the readers our dear GoD shares with Muslims from India and Pakistan certain bogus ideas and one of them is the Christian priest (it is usually a priest who hates Islam them he converts to Islam and it is all delusions and he is making it up right our dear GoD?

I remember the story of the priest of a church in United states who was extremely against Isam and refused to meet any Muslims, he met one in the hope that he will convert him to Christianity, He himself converted to Islam

Well the truth is many young Muslims in the Arab world are leaving Islam and they call themselves الملحدين العرب or al-Mulhideen al-Arab and اللادينيون or ala-dinnyuun or Arab non believers (also apostates also atheists) and here is a web site


And here is a facebook site about Arab atheists


And here is a report from the Arabic language MBC channel about this phenomenon where we are told that 2.5% of young Egyptians regard themselves as atheists and would want to have nothing to do with islam


And here is the most interesting Egyptian and ex-Muslim atheist and his video "Muhammad the messenger of the Kos (vulgar word for vagina in Arabic)"


You see your Arab masters are leaving islam how come you did not know that?


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