WARNING: The following talk on feminism is so subversive, so unbelievably offensive, so mind-blowingly extreme that it had to be essentially BANNED from select universities for the protection of the masses. DO NOT watch this if you suffer from heart conditions or are pregnant.


(If you do not appreciate sarcasm, just ignore the above.)

This is the talk myself and Sister Nour Goda gave at Harvard Medical School on feminism last month. It took a lot of planning to find a venue for the talk and to make sure it would not be disrupted by feminists and social justice warriors, who tried their hardest to get the whole thing cancelled, but failed.

Watch the talk and judge for yourself. Do Nour or myself come off as unhinged lunatics, misogynists, alarmists who are just ranting at something we “don’t understand”?

Both of us are from feminist backgrounds ourselves. We have crossed the rubicon and this is our message to the Muslim community from the other side. Please listen to it, reflect, and think for yourself. Do we deserve to be silenced? Or is this something more Muslims should have the chance to hear?

In the end, you may disagree with what we have to say. But hopefully you do not think we should be castigated for our views.

There is also a Q&A portion of the program where feminist audience members challenge the conclusions and arguments of Nour and myself and there is a (mostly) productive discussion. Enjoy!

Daniel Haqiqatjou

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  • One of the things that struck me deep said by both Daniel and Nour is the historical aspect; secular, academic, political, and religious. It really contextualizes the situation to a better understanding.