The "Heretic" author divides all of Islam into three basic categories. Here's whom we should listen to instead
The vocal critic of Islam tells Megyn Kelly why she thinks her campaign against Islam is being "smeared"
Not only is she quick to pathologize Muslims, but her solution for extremism is as blinkered as it is ill-fated
This article is based on Ayaan Hirsi Ali's speech in Berlin on April 19. It is nearly 10 years since a Danish newspaper published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, unleashing a storm of protest by Muslims around the world, and exposing a rift in Europe between true believers in free expression and those prepared to appease religious zealots. Show More Summary
For years I was an apologist for Islam, as regrettably, many still remain. I only read books and believed those who painted Islam in a peaceful, glowing light. Today I'm writing to say I'm sorry, I apologize, and I ask for your forgiveness. We who have blindly defended Islam and called you Islamophobes are tragically wrong.
I have been engrossed for the last week in Infidel, an autobiography that chronicles the life and times of political activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali and how she became who and what she is. Ms. Ali will be familiar to those readers of this column, who, like me, strive to never miss an episode of HBO’s … Continue reading Mindy Newell: Defining Oneself ?
Here: When people commit violence in the name of religion, we must consider the possibility that they mean what they say. As I argue in my new book, which calls for a reformation of Islam, jihad in the 21st century...
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In speaking at the National Press Club on Tuesday, best-selling author, former Muslim and outspoken critic of Islam, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, offered five amendments to the religion of Islam that Muslims should take seriously if they really want to bring about a peaceful reformation to their religion.
What’s Happening — Luncheon with author Ayaan Hirsi Ali at the National Press Club, 12:30 p.m. — The Atlantic presents Is it Time for the Jews to Leave Europe? at Sixth & I, 7 p.m. Must-Read of the Day Politico‘s Jack Shafer looks at...Show More Summary
I have a lot of respect for Ayaan Hirsi Ali concerning Islam and her fight against what was done to her. She left Islam in her 30s. She was elected
If you weren't in Memphis over the weekend, you can catch Ayaan Hirsi Ali's keynote address from the American Atheists convention below:
Ayaan Hirsi Ali sounds off on her evolving stance on Islam, feminism and atheism.
Here's another compilation of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's best arguments and comebacks. (The first part can be seen here.)
Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains why Western liberals need to speak up -- and why Islam needs a reformation now
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, whose “Heretic” is No. 8 on the hardcover nonfiction list, applied for work with left-leaning think tanks when she moved to America in 2007, but found no takers.
Max Blumenthal On a March 23 episode of “The Daily Show,” Somali-born author and anti-Islam activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali made a staggering claim: “If you look at 70 percent of the violence in the world today, Muslims are responsible,” she told host Jon Stewart.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali believes that extremist violence is rooted in Islam’s fundamental texts.
Her entire career has been to paint all Muslims with the same brush. Author Ayaan Hirsi Ali has a new book out in which she anoints herself as a leader in Islamic reformation, despite being an ex-Muslim who no longer identifies withShow More Summary