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February 15 2017


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June 15 2015


June 21st: World Humanist Day
Tags: religion
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May 26 2015

"The Image of King Uthal, the merciful, noble-minded servant of God, blessed by God."

Material Speculation: ISIS
by Morehshin Allahyari

“Material Speculation” is a digital fabrication and 3D printing project by Morehshin Allahyari that inspects Petropolitical and poetic relationships between 3D Printing, Plastic, Oil, Technocapitalism and Jihad.

The first series “Material Speculation: ISIS” is a 3D modeling and 3D printing project focused on the reconstruction of selected artifacts (statues from the Roman period city of Hatra and Assyrian artifacts from Nineveh) that were destroyed by ISIS in 2015.

May 23 2015

Tags: religion
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May 19 2015

(The Nirgul Tablet: The beauty goddess of Hatra (Atara'ta), 2nd century CE)

Project Mosul

Project Mosul is a response to the destruction of cultural heritage by the Islamic States, and proposes to use crowd-sourced imagery to digitally reconstruct the heritage that has been destroyed.

Get Involved!

Want to help out? Pick a location, and start uploading, sorting, masking, or processing any of the reconstructions available.

Not sure where to start? Why not start here (Mosul Museum).

Do you know how to code? Why not help out with building some of the tools here .

Whatever the case, join the conversation with the community of volunteers with our Slack channel.
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May 15 2015

Nimrud entrusted in the care of the faithful, March 2015.
Tags: religion arts
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May 14 2015

A final look at Palmyra. The jihadists are within 2km of the Unesco World Heritage site (BBC, 14 May 2015, 1700 GMT).
Tags: religion arts
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By the eternal sky of Baal-Shamin, the Moon Aglibol, and the Sun Malakbel, spare Palmyra!
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May 12 2015


Another free thinker murdered

The Daily Star (Bangladesh), May 12, 2015

Blogger and an organiser of local Gonojagoron Mancha, Ananta Bijoy Das, was killed in Sylhet this morning in continuation of attack on free thinkers of the society.

The murder comes in persistence of the recent killings of free thinkers Avijit Roy and Oyashiqur Rahman earlier this year – which have been blamed on fanatics.

Ananta Bijoy was killed at Subid Bazar area in Sylhet city around 9:00am this morning, Sylhet Metropolitan Police Commissioner Kamrul Hasan told The Daily Star.

Four assailants intercepted him, chased him down and stabbed him indiscriminately all over, a Gonojagoron Mancha activist sought anonymity to tell our Moulvibazar correspondent.

“Ananta died on the spot,” he said. “Ananta was an organiser of local progressive publication outlet Jukti (logic) and a relentless writer on science.”

Ananta, 31, was son of Rabindra Kumar Das at Subid Bazar area and an employee of Jauwa branch Pubali Bank Limited in Sunamganj, local Mancha spokesperson Debashis Debu said. “He was also actively involved with the politics of Bangladesh Chhatra Union.”

Ananta Bijoy was also a writer in the Muktomona blog site, founded by slain writer Avijit Roy – who was murdered two and half months ago after he came home from abroad.

Threatened with death multiple times before, blogger and writer Avijit Roy was brutally hacked dead at Dhaka University premises on the night of February 26, days after he came back to the country.

He and his wife Rafida Ahmed Banna were hacked with machetes from the rear near TSC after they got out from Ekushey book fair allegedly under the nose of law enforcers. Banna survived.

Police are yet to make a headway in this case but al-Qaeda unit of the Indian subcontinent claimed responsibility of the killing in a video message.

Barely a month after the killing, blogger Oyasiqur Rahman was hacked to death in broad daylight on March 30. Two attackers caught red handed confessed their involvement and that of others.

Free thinkers have been repeatedly targeted by extremist groups throughout Bangladesh and it appears that the trend set in the past on handling such issues is discouraging.

Victims of those attacks were in the likes of poet Shamsur Rahman, writer and intellectual Humayun Azad, bloggers Asif Mohiuddin and the slain Rajib Haider.
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May 04 2015

2015 State of Atheism in America.
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May 03 2015

The Rothschild Libel: Why has it taken 200 years for an anti-Semitic slur that emerged from the Battle of Waterloo to be dismissed?
Thirty years after the dust had settled on the fields of Waterloo, a poisonous anti-Semitic pamphlet circulated in Europe, claiming the Rothschild family had accrued its vast wealth on the back of Wellington's triumph. The 'facts' were entirely made up.
by Brian Cathcart, The Independent, 03 May 2015.
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May 02 2015

Repent! The End is Nigh!
Two-Headed-Calf Born in Florida
Owner named the baby animal "Annabel".
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April 03 2015

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Ontological Argument.
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March 10 2015

Ishtar, Mesopotamian goddess of the night, of wisdom, love, war, and sex. (Burney Relief, c.1750 BCE, now British Museum)
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March 08 2015

"I will knock down the Gates of the Netherworld,
I will smash the door posts, and leave the doors flat down,
and will let the dead go up to eat the living!
And the dead will outnumber the living!”
-- Ishtar (Epic of Gilgamesh, Tablet VI)

... now, you wicked brutes of ISIS, expect the zombie apocalypse!
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The remains of the ancient Parthian city of Hatra, a 2,000-year-old site in northern Iraq which officials in Baghdad reports is being demolished by Islamic State.
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March 07 2015

Max von Sydow and the beast of the apocalypse in Hatra.
(The Exorcist, 1973)
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