Sunday, January 19, 2014


ISLAM is not only terrorism and the sickening endless quest for world domination.   There are indeed some Muslim voices who are just the people's voices.  They love good things, they enjoy Western style of life.  
As it is, Islam's louder rhetoric is pushing many of their own away from their nest in a way that they are losing the faith in God altogether.  And that's the troublesome and most difficult peril,, for atheism and secularism are the doors to more and more renunciation of morale values and principles.   
That deterioration comes unsuspecting by the recipients, who innocently aspire for a democracy that's intrinsically damaging the values of God, country and family.  They also long for equality, when equality does not and cannot and will never exist -except in the minds of those magician demagogues who astutely try and convince the masses of the contrary. 
This, is the story of the quest and courage of a Muslim woman who has left her people and her religion at the risk of her life: 

Amal Farah, a 32-year-old banking executive, is laughing about a contestant singing off-key in the last series of The X Factor. For a woman who was not allowed to listen to music when she was growing up, this is a delight. After years of turmoil, she is in control of her own life.
On the face of it, she is a product of modern Britain. Born in Somalia to Muslim parents, she grew up in Yemen and came to the UK in her late teens. After questioning her faith, she became an atheist and married a Jewish lawyer. But this has come at a cost. When she turned her back on her religion, she was disowned by her family and received death threats. She has not seen her mother or her siblings for eight years. None of them have met her husband or daughter.

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