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  • New born atheist
     OP - January 16, 2016, 05:48 PM

    The truth is I am 15 years old but turning 16 this year. I really wanted to talk about being an atheist. I have always wondered about how sexism and many other aspects fell into the religion of Islam. I am Egyption who lives in Saudi Arabia (I know,bad luck ) but I still renounced my religion since my family is all Muslim I wanted tips on how to live from now
  • New born atheist
     Reply #1 - January 16, 2016, 06:42 PM

    You really do need to keep your head down, considering where you live.

    Are you using a proxy to access this site? Keep in mind that the Saudi authorities do sometimes monitor what people get up to online. Don't leave any of your personal details on this site or disclose them to anyone via messages.

    For now the safest thing to do is to keep up the act. Be careful about talking about your beliefs to friends and family unless it is someone you trust 100%. That is until you can leave that country and move to a place which gives you the right to your own beliefs.

    And welcome  parrot we're here if there are any religious topics you want to talk about.
  • New born atheist
     Reply #2 - January 16, 2016, 08:02 PM

    Welcome  parrot and be careful.
  • New born atheist
     Reply #3 - January 17, 2016, 03:27 AM

    Welcome.  parrot
    I echo everyone else. Be careful, super careful. Just keep on doing what you have been doing, to avoid suspicion.

    Don't let Hitler have the street.
  • New born atheist
     Reply #4 - January 18, 2016, 03:17 AM

    I have told someone I trust after a while he told me that he was an atheist as well so I am happy that there is someone I can talk to by I don't understand the proxy thing way do I do in order to hide from the authorities

    Thank you very much for your support thnkyu
  • New born atheist
     Reply #5 - January 18, 2016, 10:06 AM

    I'm glad that you have someone to talk to Smiley. It should make things easier and less frustrating. Next time you want to visit this website, paste the url into the proxy server over here, that way they won't be ale to see what page you're really visiting:
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