Top 10 Quotes by Taslima Nasrin

Taslima Nasrin

I don't believe in God. The religion mongers segregate women from the human race, I too am divided, I too am defrauded of my human rights.

Taslima Nasrin
Those religions that are oppressive to women are also against democracy, human rights, and freedom of expression.
Taslima Nasrin

I’m an atheist, and I believe religion is totally against human rights and women’s rights.

Taslima Nasrin
Among all the 'awards' that I have hitherto collected, I consider the title of 'patita' or 'fallen woman' to be the highest. This is an achievement of my long-struggling life as a writer and as a woman.
Taslima Nasrin

Nature says women are human beings, men have made religions to deny it. Nature says women are human beings, men cry out no!

Taslima Nasrin
I believe that if the silent majority were to protest against those who believe in irrational blind faith - who want to go backwards instead of forward, who are for tradition not innovation, who oppose individualism and plurality of thought - then the world would become a truly civilized world in which to live.
Taslima Nasrin

It is unfair to label me anti-Islam. I am an atheist and a secular humanist.

Taslima Nasrin
All I ever want is to return to either Bangladesh, my motherland, or India, my adopted home.
Taslima Nasrin

I am not scared of anyone. I will write and publish my books. Taslima Na

Taslima Nasrin
I was born in a middle class Muslim family, in a small town called Myonenningh in a northern part of Bangladesh in 1962. My father is a qualified physician; my mother is a housewife. I have two elder brothers and one younger sister. All of them received a liberal education in schools and colleges.