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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 18, 2014 at 12:35

Dr. Pipes

I want to bring to your attention this video of an interview that was conducted by Riham Said or ريهام سعيد the hostess of the TV talk show in Cairo called صبايا الخير or Sabaya el-Khair and she interviewed an Egyptian Molheda ملحدة or Kafira كافرة (read this as unbeliever/apostate) and she provided only her first name and it is Noha or نهى who is a doctor and who used to be married to a salafist and used be be Munaqaba (she who wears al-Niqab) and now Nuha is an atheist.

Noha believes that there was no Gabriel and the Qur'an is the work of Muhammad and not the words of God and it is all اساطير الاولين or the stories of the ancients (read this as fables). She also stated that she would regard Morsi as a victim of Islam and Muhammad and his Qur'an

Here is the whole video


Now Riham Said had a meltdown and had to dismiss Noha in the middle of the program and what is most amzing here was the reaction of the viewers who were very critical not of Noha the atheist but of Riham Said for not allowing Noha to express her point of view in full

There is no doubt that many Muslims in the Middle East are leaving Islam for Christianity and many become atheists and the most amazing athiest on the Arabic web must be Molhed Masri or Egyptian atheist and here is his twitter feed


And you can also view his many videos on you tube


He is a very smart and well read young man

But this is not just a phenomenon found only in Egypt but there are also many in the rest of the Arab world including Saudi Arabia and one of the most interesting on twitter are the following


He calls himself قثم بن عبد اللات or Quthm Bin Abd Allat and this is the real name of Muhammad as we are told by the early Ulama

And here is another twitter feed from Saudi Arabia and the name is Asatteer al-Awaleen or the fables of the ancients


And the most amazing thing is that he provides a linguistic response to Allah's claim that no one be it man or Jinni that can write anything close to the Qur'an (The Sura like it challenge) and here is an example and he calls it Surat al-3Inab or the chapter of the grapes and it is really good Arabic with no mistakes in spelling or poor grammar or foreign and strange words or poor syntax as one would find in the Qur'an


What does all of this mean? I really do not know but I suspect that one great plus about the internet is that it is allowing peoples voices to be heard and that the Ulama indeed have a real challenge to face but would any of this change islam? As Muslims would say only Allahu A3lam


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