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Ten Muslim countries, headed by Saudi Arabia, ranked as world’s worst for atheists

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Again and again we see it: the world’s worst offenders in denying people religious freedom, the world’s worst human rights abusers, the worst countries in the world for atheists, the worst countries in the world for Christians, the worst countries in the world for women, — it’s always Muslim countries topping the lists, again and again and again. They would be the world’s worst countries in the world for Jews as well, but most Muslim countries expelled their entire Jewish populations after the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. All this data should show people that Islam and the culture it creates are a massive source of human misery. But to say that would be “islamophobic.”

“Top 10 Best, Worst Countries for Atheists Ranked: USA Among Best, Islamic Regimes the Worst,” by Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post, October 30, 2018:

A secular watchdog group has ranked the best and worst countries for atheists and non-religious people, finding the United States to be among the best, with Islamic regimes making up the worst.

The International Humanist and Ethical Union released on Monday its seventh annual Freedom of Thought Report at the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, which for the first time included national rankings.

“This is a world’s first. For the first time our report will show, with authority and accuracy, the discrimination faced by people around the world because of their nonreligious beliefs. This report paints a dark picture, with significant discrimination faced by our nonreligious friends and colleagues around the world,” said Andrew Copson, president of the IHEU.

“At a time of growing nationalism, we continue to see those who are brave enough to criticize and critique conservative religious leaders demonized as ‘unpatriotic’ and ‘subversive,'” he added.

The rankings included considerations such as the approach to religious freedom by governments, as well as educational, societal, and freedom of expression issues.

Belgium, the Netherlands, and Taiwan shared the No. 1 spot in the Top 10 best countries for nonreligious people list, followed by France, Japan, Nauru, São Tomé and Príncipe, Norway, the United States, and Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Saudi Arabia was identified as the worst country for atheists, followed by Iran, Afghanistan, Maldives, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Mauritania, Malaysia, Sudan, and Brunei.

“In the worst spot, Saudi Arabia comes into particular criticism for a 2014 law defining the ‘promotion of atheist thought in any form’ as terrorism, and for the prosecution of liberal activists and campaigners generally, including a death sentence handed down in 2017 for an alleged ‘apostate,’ Ahmad Al-Shamri, on the accusation of atheism,” IHEU noted…..

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