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These are Atheist Republic Voicemails sent to us from atheists from all around the world. 

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Feb 29, 2020

These are messages left from atheists in different countries. Listen to their voicemails. And consider leaving your own message 🎀

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A woman from Egypt tells us how happy she is to have found Atheist Republic. She hopes she can connect with fellow atheists in Egypt.

Our second speaker is from Nigeria. His father is a pastor in a church and threatens him. He shares with us what happened in his class when they found out he is an atheist.

The fourth speaker tells us why he thinks the world is a crazy place. The last speaker is an 18-year-old from India who is from a Hindu family. He shares with us the struggles he has to deal with his family.

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