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Once you start disbelieving the mythical, unreasonable stories of religion, you are likely to start a snowball effect towards rationalism and atheism.
There are close to five hundred verses specifically about hellfire for non-believers. There are close to thirty-six verses that ask men of Allah to fight against the non-Muslims to spread the one and true religion of Islam, yet people wonder where the Taliban and ISIS come from.
I suppose that once you start believing in something as superstitious as religion, you open yourself to believing in just about anything without evidence.
There is nothing more sacred than the freedom of speech in a free society. The religious apologists claim that freedom of speech is not freedom to offend, to which ex-Muslim Ali A. Rizvi said there is no freedom of speech without freedom to offend. Whenever you feel the need to say something that is against the status quo, it is going to offend someone. Otherwise, of you are going to say something that is already accepted in society, you don't need freedom of speech; you can just say it, and no one will stop you.
As a source of objective morality, the Bible is one of the worst books we have. It might be the worst, in fact, if we didn't have the quran.
- Sam Harris