- Posted by Maryam Namazie
- On October 10, 2012
- 23 Comments
- blasphemy, Day of Agreement
Blasphemy is an important form of resistance against the Islamic inquisition.
Why not join me in your very own act of blasphemy?
Mine (for now at least) is not so original but it’ll do very well: It’s a pineapple called Mohammad, courtesy of Reading University’s Atheist Group:
Why not post yours or link to your favorite act of blasphemy in the comments section below and I’ll award the best one with a Nude Photo Revolutionary Calendar, which is pretty blasphemous too.
This is the fifth blog post for the Day of Agreement marking the International Day against the Death Penalty.
The first blog entry was dedicated to 14 year old Malala Yousafzai who was shot by the Taliban for demanding that girls go to school. This day is for her and the many like her who refuse and resist despite charges of offence, apostasy and blasphemy.
The second blog entry was entitled It is possible not to cause offence.
The third was a guest post from Marieme Helie Lucas entitled Honour the dissenters.
The fourth was on Salman Rushdie and the need for blasphemy.