Adopt a refugee for $5 per month

2 mn read Ever since I’ve been involved in helping freethinkers and those on the run for their convictions, I’ve noticed one thing in particular. They have to survive all by themselves in a world that is often very hostile towards them. Loneliness, depression, trauma and poverty go hand in hand. Millions of people around the world are fleeing war, hunger or persecution. We all have seen the images of columns of people, packed with bags, mattresses, household goods, and children on their arms. Families who have lost everything but are looking for a safe haven together. That’s all they have left: each

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Shadhin is under threat from jihadis in Bangladesh

10 mn read “I get constant threats from the jihadis on the phone/social media. I'm hiding from them all these years. What if they get to know my location because those people whom we used to trust are even against us now. I'm sick of dealing with them already. I can't take all these stresses anymore. It has been ongoing for five years now. I am living without freedom and peace and I need to leave this place as soon as possible.”

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Is the fear of the pernicious influence of gay prides a good reason for a war in Ukraine? According to the Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church, yes.

< 1 mn read Is the fear of the pernicious influence of gay prides a good reason for a war in Ukraine? According to the Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church, yes.

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The story of Muhammad Kiiza – an atheist that grew up in a Muslim village in rural Uganda

3 mn read A study by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life found that 97% of Ugandans are believers, and the fact that professions of atheism are invariably met with incredulity has prompted most of Uganda’s atheists to keep their scepticism in the closet. Muhammad Kiiza is one of those atheists. He is from the Bukolho village in Kisanga Sub-Country Kasese district. Muhammad was born in a Muslim family and he grew up in the Kalingwe village, located in a rural area. The village consists of five Muslim families who often came together for ‘’swalla’’ (prayers) and they would pray five

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WorkingWednesday: Marina offers her services as Graphic Designer

2 mn read Marina works as a Graphic Designer and is looking for projects.

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