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The Boston Atheists Meetup Group Message Board › Malala Yousufazi

Malala Yousufazi

Boston, MA
Post #: 31
I admire Malala Yousufazi for her courage, strength and her sacrifice. I also understand that she comes from a country of religious zealotry and has been brought up herself in a religious setting. Yet, when I hear her thanking GOD for her recovery (and not science or humanity), I cannot but wonder if we are all doomed to failure. The fact that GOD and his followers did this to her, that religion is what got her nearly killed - how does this escape her and her family?

I would like to know if other atheists share my thoughts or am I just being a judgmental jerk.
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