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Islamophobia under the Reflexive Shell

As a non-believer and secularist who thinks that blasphemy laws are intrinsically, universally abhorrent and that individual conscience to be free to believe without coercion or pressure is at the very core of what it means to be a freethinker, I was happy to see the largely college-student audience attending Ahmed’s talk popularly rejecting the Islamophobia that was his subject.

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