You know what's more fun than talking to blogger Aki Muthali in last week's episode of My Secret Atheist Podcast? Talking to her again, of course! Because this week is part two of the interview!
Aki Muthali is a blogger over at The Nation (Pakistani one). She has important things to say about physical threats against secular activists and head coverings in the sixteenth of this podcast.
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This is the second extract of a two part interview with blogger and activist Aki Muthali. Aki was born in Sri Lanka but her family immigrated to Canada in the early nineties when their country fell into conflict and turmoil. Aki blogs at The Nation, an online news website in Pakistan. Her most popular works to date are three scathing critiques of Muslim apologist Reza Aslan, A Unicorn’s Legacy. Here she shares her plans for another article about the situation in Sri Lanka. Aki also shares her take on Muslim women wearing head coverings at citizenship ceremonies. Finally, we’ll hear about how Aki has received threats online for her position on religion and women’s rights.
A Unicorn’s Legacy I: http://goo.gl/904lUo
A Unicorn’s Legacy II: http://goo.gl/eim3LW
A Unicorn’s Legacy III: http://goo.gl/IIBlbS
Aki’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/AkiMuthali
Intro Music: ’Deep Thoughts’ by Action Davis (http://goo.gl/AIURKs)
Outro Music: ‘Curious’ by Jon Luc Hefferman (http://goo.gl/H16PtS)