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'''Faith Freedom International''' (often abbreviated as '''FFI''') is an organization critical of [[Islam]]. The organization was founded by [[Ali Sina]], a former [[Muslim]], and is geared towards showing Muslims the perceived fallacies within the Qu'ran, and the teachings of the Muslim prophet [[Muhammad]].<ref>[http://www.faithfreedom.org/index.htm FFI Home Page]</ref>  
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'''Faith Freedom International''' (often abbreviated as '''FFI''') is an atheistic organization critical of [[Islam]]. The organization was founded by [[Ali Sina]], a [[Muslim]]-turned-[[atheist]], and is geared towards showing Muslims the perceived fallacies within the Qu'ran, and the teachings of the Muslim prophet [[Muhammad]].<ref>[http://www.faithfreedom.org/index.htm FFI Home Page]</ref>  
  
 
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Faith Freedom International (often abbreviated as FFI) is an atheistic organization critical of Islam. The organization was founded by Ali Sina, a Muslim-turned-atheist, and is geared towards showing Muslims the perceived fallacies within the Qu'ran, and the teachings of the Muslim prophet Muhammad.[1]

  1. FFI Home Page

See also