The Muslim Skeptic

The Collected Writing of Daniel Haqiqatjou

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This is an archive of social media posts and writing from Daniel Haqiqatjou — The Muslim Skeptic. You can follow this blog for regularly updated posts.

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(Haqiqatjou is pronounced: Ha-qee-qat-joo)

What is a Muslim Skeptic?

In an age where immoral, irrational, and destructive falsehoods are convincing to people such that they accept those falsehoods as truth, chreish them, and fight for them, it is far better to be a skeptic than a believer.

To understand why we need more Muslim skeptics and what it means to be one, read this brief post: Confessions of a Muslim Skeptic.

About Daniel:

Daniel Haqiqatjou was born in Houston, Texas. He attended Harvard University where he majored in Physics and minored in Philosophy. He completed a Masters degree in Philosophy at Tufts University. Haqiqatjou also studies traditional Islamic sciences part-time. He writes and lectures on contemporary issues surrounding Muslims and Modernity.