Author confronts religious leaders, politicians on controversial issue of euthanasia

Hani Montan addresses death and the negative influence religion has on the issue in “Death by Choice versus Religious Dogma”
(PR NewsChannel) / June 20, 2012 / PANANIA, Australia  

Death by Choice Versus Religious Dogma

"Death by Choice Versus Religious Dogma" by Hani Montan

In “Death by Choice versus Religious Dogma” (ISBN 1467983683), author Hani Montan exposes the negative influence religion has on the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide in secular countries where religion and state are separate. Montan also touches on the subjects of human rights, freedom of choice and religion.

Written from an atheist point of view, Montan uses this perception to counter ultra-conservative theologians, their followers and religious-right groups who try to stifle the debate on the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide. His call for action work is aimed at the silent majority who is often stepped on by the vocal religious minority that dictates the non-secular ideology on everyone else.

Montan also says the dynamics of the debate on euthanasia and assisted suicide have shifted from power and influence to power and control. He believes the religious industry is hell-bent on ordering everyone to live and die according to the religious dogmas created by theologian, and he wants to change that.

By confronting religious establishments, Montan essentially rejects the outdated ideology of the religious dogmas to give an in-depth analysis of many aspects of palliative care, euthanasia, assisted suicide and inform readers of the various courses of action.

“It’s about the privileges of people who choose to either continue living till the last breath or to end their life peacefully because they don’t want to be a burden on their loved ones or constantly sedated by drugs,” Montan says. “It’s about enlightening people about the danger of imposition of religious dogma on others can destroy the concept of secular democracy.”

“Death by Choice versus Religious Dogma” is available for sale online at and other channels.

About the Author: Hani Montan has a master’s in civil and industrial engineering. He has traveled the world for both work and study, and has written three books. He has studied many topics ranging from project management and public relations to social science and philosophy. Montan currently lives in Australia with his wife and daughters.

Hani Montan
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