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Sufian Ahmad's Groups (5)

  • Atheists for Israel and Palestine

    11 members Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2011 Atheists for Israel and Palestine (AIPs) believe in a two-state solution to resolve the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We believe that…

  • Young Atheists

    392 members Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2014 A group for young atheists, any ages from 0-20 welcome! People love to underestimate young people, especially minors who can't vote, but we are a…

  • Arab Atheists

    75 members Latest Activity: Jun 12, 2014 A place to discuss philosophy and its impact on politics and the social life among Arabs around the world. The group is open for atheists,…

  • Atheists who were Muslims

    119 members Latest Activity: Jan 25

    Former Muslims who have seen the light and have let go of God....and fellow sympathizers

  • Ammonian Atheists

    6 members Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2009 I have no idea if Ammonian is a real word, but I'm just gonna go with it :)

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