Ayaan Hirsi Ali on "Infidel"

March 25, 2007

Ayaan Hirsi Ali may be the world’s most famous critic of Islam.  Born a Muslim, Hirsi Ali fled to the Netherlands where she eventually became a member of Parliament and the artistic collaborator of Dutch film-maker Theo Van Gogh.  He was murdered by a Muslim fanatic.  Hirsi Ali has written a book called “Infidel,” and tells Steve Paulson why she believes Islam oppresses women and is irreconcilable with western democracy.


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