On New Years Eve, 1000 women were sexually assaulted in Cologne, Germany.One woman, whose identity has been protected, told German television how...
Ayaan Hirsi Ali: "Why Don't Feminists Fight for Muslim Women?"
Former Muslim and current atheist Ayaan Hirsi Ali noted in a tweet this afternoon that Islamic homophobia is a particularly viral strain of the religion virus.
On The Bolt Report on Sky News Live at 7pm tonight: Ayaan Hirsi Ali.…
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My guest on tomorrow’s The Bolt Report - Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a critic of Islam and one of the bravest people…
AYAAN HIRSI ALI: More scared of Trump than jihad?
Laura-C-F, CC By-SA 3.0 While referring those who advocate Islamic theocracy during a recent discussion with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Maajid Nawaz recommended that we "call them out" in order to make their ideas "a taboo." After watching a recent...Show More Summary
The Centre for Independent Studies announces:
(Scott Johnson) Getting the chance to interview Ayaan Hirsi Ali for Power Line at the 2012 Presidential Conference in Jerusalem was one of the highest of the many highlights I’ve had writing for Power Line over the past (nearly) 14 years. Show More Summary
IMAM WHO THREATENED AYAAN HIRSI ALI WITH DEATH FOR APOSTASY LED INTERFAITH SERVICE AFTER PARIS ATTACKS.
Cenk Uygur in 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Bill Maher, Maajid Nawaz, Peter Boghossian...I don't know how they do it. I don't know how they stay sane in the face of the near constant barrage of crap that comes their way. Show More Summary
A campus appearance by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the outspoken Muslim-turned-atheist activist, is being challenged again, this time at Yale University where she is scheduled to speak Monday night (Sept. 15).
Ex-Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz spoke about gender equality, free speech, and the problem of radicalism at a recent event. It took place in London on February 23.
Former Muslim and best-selling author Ayaan Hirsi Ali argued last week that political correctness in the West is making it harder for the U.S. and other Western nations to combat the rise of radical Islamic terrorism and its political philosophy.
(Scott Johnson) In the latest installment of his series of Conversations, just posted this morning, Bill Kristol talks with Ayaan Hirsi Ali. I have posted the complete video below (about 60 minutes); it is divided into two chapters as posted here at the Conversations. Show More Summary
It is a pleasant surprise to see the State Department’s anti-ISIS social media campaign, “Think Again Turn Away” saluting Ayaan Hirsi Ali, one of the bravest voices against Islamic radicalism — going back to her 2004 film with Theo Van...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) Ayaan Hirsi Ali has a new article up in Foreign Policy magazine with the totally non-controversial title, “Islam Is a Religion of Violence.” Here she repeats several of the themes of her most recent book, which she dilated in her speech and conversation with me out in San Francisco last month. Show More Summary
Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Somali-born author and campaigner who was overjoyed recently, as many people were, at the success of Nadia Hussein, a Muslim woman, in winning The Great British Bake Off. So much so that she quoted Nadiya's words in response to her joyful victory: "I am never going to put boundaries on myself again. Show More Summary
Sam Harris, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and other vocal critics of Islam have frequently been called bigots by those who say the atheists unfairly lump all Muslims together as extremists. Of course, anyone who actually listens to them knows that's not the case. Show More Summary