During this podcast I talk with Faisal Saeed Al-Mutar about the violent Muslim extremist group ISIS, American strategy in the Middle East, the non-liberal left and the vilification of activist, writer and critic of Islam Ayan Hirsi Ali. We end our discussion on the subject of civil rights. Al-Mutar, an Iraqi born writer, public speaker, community manager, web designer and a social activist living currently in the United States. He is an advocate for freedom of thought, science, reason and the free market of ideas and economy. He is the founder of the Global Secular Humanist Movement and Secular Post. He is a Community Manager at Movements.org, a columnist for Free Inquiry Magazine, and is on the editorial board of Applied Sentience. Al-Mutar has been featured in and has written for many national and international publications.
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Click here to start reading the dialogue between Al-Mutar and Pakistani-Canadian writer Ali Rizvi in The Huffington Post | Click here to read about the opposition to Ayan Hirsi Ali’s speech at Yale | Read about Muslim Student Organization opposing free speech at Portland State University last year by clicking here