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Ex-Muslim movement is getting currency in India as well.

Reader comment on item: [Ex-Muslims:] The Challenge to Islam It Has Never Faced
in response to reader comment: Debanjan Banerjee forgot to mention a few important things about islamic immigration

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jun 1, 2022 at 12:34

Dear Dr Pipes, When I first read your above article, I did not completely believe that there was any significant ex-Muslim movement anywhere in the world. But after researching the topic for a few months, I am tending to believe that the ex-Muslim movement is picking up in India as well. The Indian social media now has a lot of material indicating the existence of the Indian ex-Muslim movement. There are at least three or four YouTube channels broadcasting ex-Muslim material for everyone to see. Some actual ex-Muslims are commonly interviewed by these channels and in some case own these channels. The best part is that these channels broadcast in the local Indian languages.

I am still working on identifying the authenticity and credibility of these channels. A few people posting a few hundred YouTube videos every few days is likely to be less credible than a mass movement. I will links to these channels and people when I collect stronger evidence that they are genuine. The early signs look good, though.

The best evidence against Islam is Islam. It is extremely lucky that Islam insists that Quran is never changed. The ex-Muslim channels in India encourage Muslims to read any good translation of Quran in full. They also tell that a typical Indian Muslim (who is likely to be poor and only partly literate) is prohibited and/or discouraged from reading the Quran. I think ex-Muslims and non-Muslims of the world will do well to translate the Quran in as many languages as possible and present these translations as evidence of Islam's hypocrisy, violence, disrespect for the golden rule, and selfishness. All the best.


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