UN Human Rights Council voted to punish freedom of expression if a believer in any deity so chooses to take offence
Late last week, the Scottish government announced that its ‘blasphemy’ law would be abolished, and secular organizations around the world…
Christopher Hitchens pointed out that the fatwa against Salman Rushdie was the opening shot in a culture war against freedom. The state of the world seems to agree with him.
The ECHR should be clear about the most elementary aspects of the job: legal protections are for people, not ideas or feelings.
Colombia has a blasphemy law, so I don’t know why it is glaringly absent on the map showing which countries have blasphemy laws.
The land of Locke, Hobbes, Darwin, Dawkins and Hitchens turned into a feudal pigsty.
They have really crazy people in Egypt:
Actually, drawing Muhammad is the kind thing to do because it questions religious authority, and questioning authority, any authority, is the first step to challenge injustice.
I want to say a few words that should be more than enough for any civilized person who has not lived under a rock so far in 2015 to understand the paramount importance of drawing any concept without pandering to the ridiculous restrictions of barbaric superstitions:
Twitter has agreed to comply with censorship laws in Pakistan:
I ‘drew’ Muhammad and survived!
Today is Ash Wednesday, so while Christians are slathering ash on their foreheads and thinking of the Jewish zombie on behalf…
Because of this, more than one Catholic chose to be offended and asked for apologies – how Atheism Plus of…