Monthly Archives: February 2017


Tarek Fatah’s interview at the Canadian Senate Committee

Please watch this interview of Tarek Fatah at the Canadian Senate Committee outlining Islamic terrorism in Canada. His passionate exposure of Islamic terrorism is worth watching.


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By |February 27th, 2017|Activism, International, Mukto-Mona, Politics, Religion, Society|0 Comments

Remembering the life and legacy of Avijit Roy

A software engineer by profession and a writer by passion Avijit Roy(1972-2015) was a leading Bangladeshi-American human rights activist, author and a pioneer in Bengali free-thought movement. In 2001, Avijit launched a virtual discussion group of freethinkers of mainly Bengali and South Asian descent. This small discussion group would eventually lead to the inception of […]

Bismillah in the bathroom

Bismillah in the bathroom

By |February 24th, 2017|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Avijit Roy’s Dying Dream

By Adeeb Chowdhury

Two years ago today, radical assailants ambushed a man and his wife returning from a book fair, launching a brief yet bloody attack that left a mutilated corpse in its wake. Machetes and meat cleavers had flown through the air, seeking the life of a man who had dared to disbelieve. The […]

The Hague showing solidarity to people who are putting their lives on the line for freedom of expression

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The Hague showing solidarity to people who are putting their lives on the line for freedom of expression

Muktomona, an internet congregation of freethinkers, rationalists, skeptics, atheists & humanists and the Hague Peace Projects, a Dutch human rights organization are jointly organizing “The Hague Freedom Book Fair 2017” from 24th until 27th of February […]

The martyrs of freedom of thought

Avijit Roy had great admiration for Charvaka- one of the greatest philosophies  born in our part of the world, which from the ancient times had challenged the divinity of the Vedas, dared to call the holly books man-made, and for that Charvaka practitioners were persecuted.

Charvaka was not the only victim of blind faith, neither the […]

‘Authentic’ History of Myanmar and Rohingyas: Scapegoats of Modern Nation-State

Amid the atrocities, tensions and brutal military crackdown backed up by their political authorities, the Ministry of Religion and Cultural affairs of Myanmar vows to write the ‘authentic’ history of the country based on research where Rohingyas are to be proved as outsiders, not ‘indigenous’ precisely (The Daily Prothom Alo, 15 December, 2015) . The […]

By |February 22nd, 2017|Bangladesh, Human Rights, International|0 Comments
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