Kurdistani Atheists Association's Blog (2)

from the darkness of religion and into the light of reason

When I first arrived in the U.S. my first cultural impression was that of what I had seen through my teachers. There were two words that defined this impression. Humanity and Reality. There were many people from all sorts of backgrounds and as I far as I could tell we were all being treated just as equal. In three years of my Middle school, I could point to one incident that I found objectionable.

There was an Asian student who was whispering with another Asian student. I cannot recall the… Continue

Added by Kurdistani Atheists Association on June 12, 2009 at 1:30am — 2 Comments

Life in a nation under God‌

My earliest childhood memories are when I was five or six years old, in our beautiful village just outside the city of Mahabad in western Iran. My friends and I were playing tag in our front yard. One of my friends at one moment fell on the hard ground. As he tried to get up, everything seemed as though it was a slow motion movie. My eyes were fixed on a big ball of fire that was falling from the sky. The Iranian army was bombing a valley in the southern parts of the village. Our innocent… Continue

Added by Kurdistani Atheists Association on February 26, 2009 at 3:23am — 6 Comments

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