Mariam Nebieridze

Mariam is from Georgia (the country), she is 18 years old and studies law at Tbilisi State University. She spends most of her time studying, reading and writing. Mariam loves reading and researching so if anything interests me, she does her best to get more and more information about that subject. Most of all, she loves art and history, and she's also interested in modern political issues and international relations. Reading, writing and listening to music — these are what shape her personality.
Vietnam’s law on Religion and Belief

Vietnam’s Law on Religion and Belief is Shocking

Vietnam is a multi-religion and multi-belief country. Such diversity of religion and belief is supposed to be caused by a wide variety of cultural, economic or spiritual life. There are three mostly dominating religions. These are: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Alongside these religious movements, we see also Catholicism, Protestantism and Islam too. And now here comes Vietnam’s law on Religion and Belief.
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What is Ayahuasca?

Ayahuasca, which is also called “yage” or “iowaska” is a plant-based mixture that is usually brewed to give users a hallucinatory ‘journey’. Ayahuasca is an entheogenic brew that is used as a traditional spiritual medicine in ceremonies among the Indigenous peoples of Amazonia. Some of them say that they get instructions of preparing ayahuasca right from the plants and the spirits of the plants.
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Blogging in Bangladesh: Freethinking May Get You Killed

There’s a great dispute in Bangladesh between the secularists and the Islamic extremists on the other side. Each of them have their own interest. Secularists want separation of religion and state, while Islamic extremists have an absolutely different point of view. They want Bangladesh to become an Orthodox Sunni Islamic state.
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