I don’t want to wear hijab or pray I WANT FREEDOM


I am an ex-Muslim. I am terrified, terrified that someone will find out and then I would have stained the honour of my family forever. I and many like myself are battling with ourselves
and battling mental issues because of the society. We are shown a choice between our freedom and our dignity and between our loved ones. Because everything we are,
everything that I am — I am not a believer in Allah, I don’t believe in Mohammed,
I don’t pray, I don’t like nor I want to wear this fricking hijab. Everything I do is a disgrace to a conservative Arabian family. So we live a double life. And it’s not normal
to get used to lying, it’s not normal,
it shouldn’t be normal. I am so tired and constantly battling suicidal ideas, constantly living day-by-day. Maybe tomorrow will be better, maybe they will be more open. I don’t know. And probably not going to happen
in my lifetime. But the more we speak about it, at least they’ll wake up and say, ‘Well, you still are a human, you are still our daughter, you are still our friend, even if you don’t believe in a god.’ I wish that day would come, I don’t think it will. Not in my lifetime anyway. Because for them Islamic law,
Islamic morals, are the only good and right morals. Anything else beside that
is an insult. I … I just want to be free. And to see these leftists vigourously protect Islam
from criticizing, what are you doing to us? You are strangling us! We have enough to deal with and you come along and prevent a dialogue from opening. ‘It’s a religion of peace.’ No, it’s the religion
of dominance and dogma. The religion in my family
is abusing me, not my family. But the conservative Islam in them is doing the abusing. So, no, Islam is not
the religion of peace. Islam stole my family form me.

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