Ali Sina

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Dr. Ali Sina is a former Muslim from Iran who is atheist and currently residing in Canada. He is the author of Understanding Muhammad, and is the founder of Faith Freedom International.[1]

He has gained notoriety among Muslims, partially through his debates with distinguished Muslims and scholars (including Grand Ayatollah Montazeri, Javed Ahmad Ghamidi, and Maulana Ajmal Qadri),[2] and his standing challenge to remove FFI, in addition to a cash payment of up to $100,000 U.S. dollars, if proven wrong on the claims that Muhammad was a "narcissist, misogynist, rapist, pedophile, lecher, torturer, mass murderer, cult leader, assassin, terrorist, mad man, and looter".[3]

This notoriety has led to a hostile response from followers of Islam. Sina says, “we constantly receive death threats. There are also two fatwas for my death from two imams in India promising a monetary reward of $1,000,000 Indian Rupees [about $20,000 US dollars] for anyone who kills me.”[4]

More recently, Ali Sina has launched Freedom Bulwark, a multilingual blogging platform for critics of Islam,[5] and his personal website AliSina.org.[6] His offer to Zakir Naik for a written debate remains unanswered.[7]

See Also

  • Critics of Islam - A hub page that leads to other articles related to Critics of Islam

External Links

References

  1. Abul Kasem - A Tribute to Faith Freedom International - Islam Watch, January 4, 2009
  2. Ali Sina's Debates - Faith Freedom International
  3. Sina's Challenge - Faith Freedom International
  4. A. Millar - Recent Attacks On “Counter Jihad” Websites - International Free Press Society, January 10, 2010
  5. "Welcome to Freedom", Freedom Bulwark, accessed February 8, 2014 (archived), http://www.freedombulwark.com/about/. 
  6. Ali Sina - AliSina.org is launched - Faith Freedom International, December 29, 2010
  7. Ali Sina - The Challenge to debate with Dr. Zakir Naik - Faith Freedom International