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Ayaan Hirsi Ali over gevaar Islam voor Nederlandse democratie


Ayaan Hirsi Ali gaat bij Pauw en Witteman in op de vraag in hoeverre de Islam voor Nederland een gevaar is.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali | Liberal Democracies in an era of Jihad and Mass Migration


Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Somali-born Dutch activist is the founder of the AHA Foundation which works to bring an end to honour killings and related violence around the world; a former member of the Dutch parliament; and author of best-selling books Nomad, Infidel and Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now. Internationally renowned activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali spoke at the Centre for Independent Studies about her book, Heretic. She joined us to share her thoughts on the current challenges faced by liberal democracies in an era of jihad and mass migration. 📖 Read more from CIS here: 🤍 💬 Join in the conversation in the comments. 👍 Like this video if you enjoyed it and want to see more, it really helps us out 🔔 Subscribe to our channel and click the bell to watch our videos first ⏲️ Missed this event live? Subscribe to CIS to be up to date with all our events: 🤍 The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) promotes free choice and individual liberty, and defends cultural freedom and the open exchange of ideas. CIS encourages debate among leading academics, politicians, media and the public. We aim to make sure good policy ideas are heard and seriously considered so that Australia can continue to prosper into the future. Check out the CIS at - 🤍 Subscribe to CIS mailing list- 🤍 Support us with a tax-deductible donation at - 🤍 Join the CIS as a member at - 🤍 Follow CIS on Socials Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Linkedin - 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali | Full Interview


Ayaan Hirsi Ali criticizes Islam and the approach of Western liberal governments in dealing with extremism. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: 🤍 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: 🤍 The National Updates on Twitter: 🤍 The National Updates on Google+: 🤍 »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali bij Pauw & Witteman


Naar aanleiding van haar nieuwe boek 'Nomade' was Ayaan Hirsi Ali te gast bij Pauw & Witteman. Bekijk de gehele uitzending van 17 maart 2010: 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: 'Integratie terwijl je vasthoudt aan eigen waarden is onzin'


"Je moet mensen die naar Nederland komen, heel duidelijk maken dat hier de Nederlandse cultuur, normen en wetten gelden." Dat stelt Ayaan Hirsi Ali in WNL Op Zondag. "Die kan je niet verbergen achter je eigen geloof of cultuur. Het idee van integreren terwijl je vasthoudt aan je eigen waarden, integratie met behoud van eigen identiteit zoals ze in Nederland zeggen, dat is onzin." Meer WNL Op Zondag van Omroep WNL zien? Dat kan op NPO Start: 🤍 Ook blij met vrolijk rechts? Steun het goede humeur van WNL. Word nu lid! Ga naar: 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Europe’s self-inflicted migration crisis and “toxic” wokery | Off Script


Fear reigns among researchers, politicians and journalists when talking about the rise in sexual violence resulting from the migration crisis in Europe. Women's rights activist and author Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins Steven Edginton to discuss the failure to integrate migrants into European society and the rise in sexual violence against women in this week's Off Script podcast. Watch the full video above or listen on your podcast app. Read more: 🤍 You can also listen to Off Script on your podcast app: 🤍 Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali komt met nieuw controversieel boek


Ayaan Hirsi Ali komt met een nieuw boek dat nu al controversieel is. In Prooi trekt de oud politica fel van leer. Volgens haar zet immigratie vanuit islamitische landen de zwaarbevochte vrijheden van Europese vrouwen onder druk. Meer van Goedemorgen Nederland van Omroep WNL zien? Dat kan op NPO Start: 🤍 Ook blij met vrolijk rechts? Steun het goede humeur van WNL. Word nu lid! Ga naar: 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the West, Dawa, and Islam


Recorded on July 12, 2017 Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins Peter Robinson to discuss her new book, The Challenge of Dawa: Political Islam as Ideology and Movement and How to Contain It, and her views on the challenges facing Western civilization in regards to political Islam. She argues that Islam needs to be separated into two different parts, one part of religion and the other part, political philosophy. She concedes that many aspects of the religious part of Islam are peaceful but argues that the political side is much more concerning due to its focus on Dawa, which means “to plead or to call non-Muslims to Islam.” This call to convert people to Islam is what she argues was a driving force behind the spread of Islam throughout history. Hirsi Ali argues that American political philosophy and classical liberalism are young philosophies in comparison to the fourteen centuries of Islamic political doctrine and that its age and layered-ness are often underestimated by Western minds who are more familiar with younger political philosophies. She discusses the critiques of the philosopher Karl Popper of communism and fascism and how they relate directly to the ideologies of Islam. She argues that the language of appeasement often used toward radical Islamic terrorism is too gentle and that discussions of how to deal with Islam need to be considerably franker. Earlier this year Ayaan Hirsi Ali was called before Congress to testify on her book The Challenge of Dawa. She discusses her testimony and that although she was invited by a Democrat senator to speak “about the ideology of radical Islam,” the Democrats present didn’t ask her a single question because they were likely uncomfortable with what she had to say about Islam. She argues that just as Western civilizations have defeated dangerous ideologies in the past, she is optimistic that Western civilization will succeed against political Islam for, as she says, “[Jihadis] can’t destroy us without permission.” She says if we take the fight to the “battlefield of ideas” we can defeat radical Islamic ideologies with Western beliefs. About the Guest Ayaan Hirsi Ali was born in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1969. As a young child she was subjected to female genital mutilation; as she grew up she embraced Islam and strove to live as a devout Muslim. But she began to question aspects of her faith. One day, while listening to a sermon on the many ways women should be obedient to their husbands, she couldn't resist asking, "Must our husbands obey us too?" In 2007 Hirsi Ali founded the AHA Foundation to protect and defend the rights of women in the United States from harmful traditional practices. Today the foundation is the leading organization working to end violence that shames, hurts, or kills thousands of women and girls in the United States each year and puts millions more at risk. Hirsi Ali is a fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Hirsi Ali is currently researching the relationship between the West and Islam. She must live with round-the-clock security, as her willingness to speak out and her abandonment of the Muslim faith have made her a target for violence by Islamic extremists. Ayaan Hirsi Ali was named one of Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People" of 2005, one of the Glamour Heroes of 2005, and Reader's Digest's European of the Year for 2005. She is the best-selling author of Infidel (2007) and Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now (2015). Related Resources: The Challenge of Dawa: Political Islam as Ideology and Movement and How to Counter It How to Counter Political Islam March for Every Woman Kamala Harris, Speak Up. Don’t Be Silent on Women’s Rights Testimony on Ideology and Terror For the full transcript go to 🤍 Interested in exclusive Uncommon Knowledge content? Check out Uncommon Knowledge on social media! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Jessica Durlacher over haar enerverende vriendschap met Ayaan Hirsi Ali | Op1


Tien jaar geleden verscheen de laatste roman van schrijfster Jessica Durlacher. Morgen, op de dag van de inauguratie van president-elect Joe Biden ligt haar nieuwe boek ‘De Stem’ in de winkels. Ze schreef een verhaal over een wereld die veranderde na 9/11, elkaar willen beschermen en over haar vriendschap met Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Bij Op1 vertelt Jessica Durlacher waarom deze gebeurtenissen haar inspireerden tot deze roman te komen. Kijk de hele uitzending hier terug: 🤍 Volg ons op Instagram: 🤍 Volg ons op Facebook: 🤍 Volg ons op Twitter: 🤍 Nooit meer een uitzending van Op1 missen? Abonneer je op onze podcast op Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts en NPO Podcast Spotify: 🤍 Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Google Podcasts: 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Mohammed, the Anti-Innovator | Big Think


Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Mohammed, the Anti-Innovator Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Ayaan Hirsi Ali, author of Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now, argues that Mohammed was a great innovator who, upon his death, froze innovation in Islam forever. Within relatively short order during his lifetime, Mohammed went from obscurity to leading a new, united Arab nation. In the process, says Ali, he underwent a transformation from seeker to autocrat. As a result, she claims, Islam has resisted social and ideological progress since his death. AYAAN HIRSI ALI: Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Dutch-American feminist filmmaker and political writer. She is author of several books, the latest of which is Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now. She is also founder of the AHA Foundation, a former fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a former member of the Dutch parliament. Ali is a vocal critic of Islam whose writings often focus on the religion's subjugation of women. Her work is controversial and has resulted in numerous death threats. In 2004 Ayaan gained international attention following the murder of Theo van Gogh. Van Gogh had directed her short film Submission, a film about the oppression of women under Islam. The assassin left a death threat for her pinned to Van Gogh's chest. This tragic event, and Ayaan’s life leading up to it, are all chronicled in her best-selling book, Infidel. TRANSCRIPT: Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Early on, it seemed as if Mohammed's ambition was simply to go from door to door from person to person and say, "Leave alone what you believe in. Believe in the one God, the one who spoke to me through the angel Gabriel." That's how you say it in Arabic and Gabriel in English, and then exhort people to do certain things that in the 21st century we understand as religion: prayer, fasting, congregations — that sort of thing. In the first 10 years in Mecca, I would say largely harmless. There's that Mohammed. And in a very modern way, I don't know if you know Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but you can understand him as a Dr. Jekyll. Then he goes to Medina and there you have the Mr. Hyde side of Mohammed. Suddenly there's a militia. And now he's a politician. He's not only preaching please come to the one God; he's demanding come to the one God and accept me as the prophet and if not, I declare war. And he declares war. And with a relatively small militia, at least according to the Islamic perception — these are the Muslim documents — with a relatively small militia or small number of men he defeats much larger, a much more well-established army. And that victory leads to another victory and it leads to another victory and it leads to another victory, but it also leads to complexities. Because the more he gains power he has a say over more people and that then leads to the necessity of legislation. In hindsight, if you're in the 21st century, you are a political scientist, a sociologist, a psychologist, a historian, any kind of social scientist. You look back at that time and you read that narrative, you'll be impressed. You'll say goodness this man was great. He defeated large armies; he established an empire; he legislated; he kept them together; and he left a narrative behind that lasted for many centuries, well beyond he was born. Wonderful. Of course I don't argue with that. But, what he also did was he froze his innovation in place. He was the last prophet. Nobody else could come and innovative on what he said. In fact he declares innovation the biggest sin that a believer can commit, thus the fate of the heretics of Islam. And so if you take Mohammed as the Steve Jobs of the seventh century, I want you to imagine, I want you to think of a Steve Jobs leaving a legacy behind where he says you can never and you may never change, the minute he finds himself on his deathbed, never change the iPhone 4 or the iPad Air; I forget which rendition these things were back then or the Mac, so that Tim Cook could never have. He would only have one thing, which would be to continue it and to say these are timeless. And that's pretty much what Mohammed did. The Koran is a timeless document. His example is rendered timeless. And I think that is a disservice that Mohammed did to his own innovation. His great achievement was the fact that he managed, if that narrative, again that narrative is a contested narrative, but if that narrative is true... Read the full transcript at 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali with Bari Weiss: Islam, Immigration and Women's Rights


Somali-born Dutch-American politician Ayaan Hirsi Ali has long been an advocate for reform. As a former Muslim herself, she has publicly denounced practices such as forced marriage, honor violence, and female genital mutilation. In her newest book, Prey, Hirsi Ali is asking a new tough question: Is the rise of sexual assault cases in Europe correlated with the mass arrival of immigrants? What should European nations do to better assimilate newcomers and promote values of equality and respect? As a refugee herself, Hirsi Ali knows first-hand the struggles of integration and assimilation that are necessary in immigrating to a new nation. Rather than restricting immigration, Hirsi Ali is calling for Europeans to reform their broken system that allows young men to bring sexual violence and marginalization of women into Europe. She says it’s a real problem that Europe—and the world—cannot continue to ignore. Join us as Ayaan Hirsi Ali and journalist Bari Weiss describe her research in Prey and imagines a new future that protects and advances the rights of women around the world. NOTES FEBRUARY 11, 2021 SPEAKERS Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Human Rights Activist; Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; Author, Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women's Rights In Conversation with Bari Weiss, Journalist and Former Op-ed Staff Editor, The New York Times Gloria Duffy, President and CEO, The Commonwealth Club of California—Program Chair 🤍commonwealthclub.org/covid19support -Subscribe for more Videos: 🤍 -Upcoming events: 🤍 -Become a Member: 🤍 -Donate Now: 🤍 -Text DONATE to: 415-329-4231 -Watch & Listen 🤍 -Facebook: 🤍 -Instagram 🤍 -Twitter 🤍

Kabinetscrisis om Ayaan Hirsi Ali (VVD) - Brandpunt (2006)


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Ayaan Hirsi Ali: The Market for Victimhood


Join the CU Boulder Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization for an evening conversation with human rights advocate, New York Times best-selling author and expert on Islam, Ayaan Hirsi Ali. “It has been said that education opens the mind, while indoctrination closes it. A good education permits one to think critically, and to consider multiple viewpoints." Ayaan Hirsi Ali joins those who have been sounding the alarm on the closing of the American mind. Sponsored through a generous donation from The Abby and Douglas Brown Family Foundation.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on France's Proposed Law Against Muslim Extremism


This clip is taken from the Joe Rogan Experience #1613 with Ayaan Hirsi Ali. 🤍

Interview Ayaan Hirsi Ali (dutch)


januari 2006 tot Europeaan van het jaar vanwege haar inzet voor de vrouwenrechten. TweeVandaag had naar aanleiding van de uitreiking van de prijs een gesprek met de politica. De onderscheiding Europeaan van het jaar wordt elk jaar gekozen door de lezers van het tijdschrift 'Voice'.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali and David Goodhart in Conversation


David Goodhart (Policy Exchange) meets Ayaan Hirsi Ali (Hoover Institution) - a public discussion at the "Majority and Minority Rights" Conference on April 26, 2019 at WZB Berlin Social Science Center. More information: 🤍

The Experiences That Made Ayaan Hirsi Ali an Activist


This clip is taken from the Joe Rogan Experience #1613 with Ayaan Hirsi Ali. 🤍

The Daily Show - Ayaan Hirsi Ali


Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains why she believes Islam is in desperate need of a reformation similar to Christianity in her book "Heretic." * Watch the latest full episode of The Daily Show on CC.com and the CC app: 🤍 About The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart was an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning program that looked at politics, pop culture, sports and entertainment through a sharp, reality-based lens. Stewart and The Best F#🤍king News Team Ever covered the day's top stories like no one, using footage, field reports and guest interviews to deliver fake news that was even better than the real thing. Subscribe to Comedy Central: 🤍 Watch more Comedy Central: 🤍 Follow The Daily Show: Facebook: 🤍 Watch full episodes of The Daily Show: 🤍 Follow Comedy Central: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Would Ben Affleck Play Mohammed? Ayaan Hirsi Ali Wants to Know | Big Think


Would Ben Affleck Play Mohammed? Ayaan Hirsi Ali Wants to Know Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Political writer and social activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali responds to last year's spat between actor Ben Affleck and neuroscientist Sam Harris on Real Time with Bill Maher. Affleck, who became quite heated during the discussion, called Harris a bigot and racist when the latter criticized the Muslim world and Islamic doctrine. "Every criticism of the doctrine of Islam," said Harris, "gets conflated with bigotry toward Muslims as people." In evaluating that conversation, Ayaan Hirsi Ali sides with Harris: "Islamic extremism is an assault on the ideas of liberalism, on the idea of innovation, on women, on gays, on tolerance, on civilization." In her new book Heretic, she argues that Islam is in need of a major reformation. AYAAN HIRSI ALI: Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Dutch-American feminist filmmaker and political writer. She is author of several books, the latest of which is Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now. She is also founder of the AHA Foundation, a former fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a former member of the Dutch parliament. Ali is a vocal critic of Islam whose writings often focus on the religion's subjugation of women. Her work is controversial and has resulted in numerous death threats. In 2004 Ayaan gained international attention following the murder of Theo van Gogh. Van Gogh had directed her short film Submission, a film about the oppression of women under Islam. The assassin left a death threat for her pinned to Van Gogh's chest. This tragic event, and Ayaan’s life leading up to it, are all chronicled in her best-selling book, Infidel. TRANSCRIPT: Ayaan Hirsi Ali: I look at the Sam Harris and Ben Affleck discussion and I think there is a thinker and somebody who's not thinking. They both think of themselves as liberals. Sam Harris spends his days and hours and time thinking. So he's been following these things for a very, very long time. I do not know of Ben Affleck. I've seen very little of his work. I think he's a brilliant actor. And I think he is a leading figure in the United States of America, but it's absolutely clear he hadn't given thoughts to this. And I will give him one point, which is this, so Mohammed, an individual who is influencing over one-fifth of humanity; he is the only really historical figure we cannot draw anymore; we can't discuss him without saying "peace be upon him." So a very powerful historic figure. A historical figure who's power comes into the 21st century and is upsetting geopolitical structures. Would Ben Affleck play the part? He can play Batman, but would he play Mohammed? And the answer to that question tells me he needs a second chance to think these things through. Any actor in Hollywood who is very successful who is not willing to act that part should not go around making accusations of bigotry to others. Let's go back to the time of Communism. There were people who went around making excuses for Communism because they didn't know about the Gulag. And when they found out about the Gulag they found out about what Communism actually lead to. They were saying we were right in our hearts, even though we were wrong with our heads. Is that where we are with Islam today and liberalism? Islamic extremism is an assault on the ideas of liberalism, on the idea of innovation, on women, on gays, on tolerance, on civilization. You may choose not to see it and bury your head in the sand. It's a choice. You may choose not to say anything about it. It's a choice. When you attack the people who actually stick their heads out and accuse them of bigotry, again the scene of Ben Affleck accusing Sam Harris of bigotry, that tells me do you really know what you're saying? It's almost like giving a child a timeout, you know; it's like Ben you're a great guy; go and re-think this. Go and think.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali


This episode features special guest, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who has an incredible life story and has written eloquently about issues freedom of expression, and the need to protect women's rights around the world, especially from fundamentalist religious threats. Lawrence and Ayaan discussed these issues, and the issues treated in her newest book, Prey. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Somali-born Dutch-American activist, feminist, author, scholar, and former politician. She received international attention as a critic of Islam and advocate for the rights and self-determination of Muslim women, actively opposing forced marriage, honor killing, child marriage, and female genital mutilation. She has founded an organization for the defense of women's rights, the AHA Foundation. Ayaan Hirsi Ali works at the Hoover Institution and the American Enterprise Institute.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Converting Muslims to Christianity


Complete video at: 🤍 Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains her support of missionary groups who seek to convert Muslims to Christianity, despite her personal identification as an atheist. "If we don't compete, we run the risk of living in a global order where the radical Muslims win the hearts and minds simply because there's no one else competing with them," she argues. - The controversial author, feminist activist and politician, Ayaan Hirsi Ali comes to Melbourne. A vocal and prominent critic of Islam, Ali has been celebrated and criticised for her work and writings. A former member of the Dutch House of Representatives, she has campaigned passionately for conflict resolution, ethics and world citizenship. Named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine in 2005, her memoir Infidel has been praised as profoundly affecting and powerful. The followup, Nomad, tells the stirring story of her search for a new life as she tries to reconcile her Islamic past with her passionate adherence to democracy and Western values. - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Ayaan Hirsi Ali is an outspoken defender of women's rights in Islamic societies. Hirsi Ali was born in Mogadishu, Somalia. She escaped an arranged marriage by immigrating to the Netherlands in 1992, and served as a member of the Dutch parliament from 2003 to 2006. In parliament, she worked on furthering the integration of non-Western immigrants into Dutch society, and on defending the rights of women in Dutch Muslim society. In 2004, together with director Theo van Gogh, she made "Submission," a film about the oppression of women in conservative Islamic cultures.

The Erosion of Women's Rights? | Ayaan Hirsi Ali - The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast S4: E7


This episode was recorded on Feb 2nd, 2021 Ayaan Hirsi Ali and I discuss, among other topics, immigration, the changing safety of women in public (particularly in areas of Europe), clashing values of western cultures and Islam, win-win propositions, and many more career-ending topics. To pre-order Dr. Petersons new book Beyond Order: 🤍 Please do not forget to subscribe to the channel in order to enjoy weekly videos. We thank you for your continued support. Other ways to connect with Dr. Peterson: // SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Newsletter: 🤍 Donations: 🤍 // COURSES // Discovering Personality: 🤍 Self Authoring Suite: 🤍 Understand Myself (personality test): 🤍 // BOOKS // Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life: 🤍 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos: 🤍 Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief: 🤍 // LINKS // Website: 🤍 Events: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 Reading List: 🤍 Merchandise: 🤍 // SOCIAL // Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 // SPONSORS // For Advertising Inquiries, visit 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Reform Islam to save it from extremists


Somali born author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali argues that muslims must reform Islam in order to "protect their faith" from extremists who "peddle a message of violence and jihad. Subscribe for more like this, every day: 🤍 Dangerous world: 🤍 The news explained: 🤍 Music: 🤍 Technology: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍

Ayaan Hirsi Ali vertrekt


15 mei 2006 VVD-kamerlid Ayaan Hirsi Ali vertrekt per september om in de VS te gaan werken. Ingewijden bevestigen dat vandaag. Morgen maakt zij dit besluit officieel bekend. Zij zal gaan werken bij de American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, een conservatieve denktank.

Real Time with Bill Maher: Ayaan Hirsi Ali – May 15, 2015 (HBO)


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Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Is Islamophobia a Reality in the U.S.? | Big Think


Is Islamophobia a Reality in the U.S.? Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Join Big Think Edge for exclusive videos: 🤍 Author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali says she doesn't buy into worries about Islamophobia in the United States. Ali doesn't think it's as big a problem as it's often lain out, and that the treatment of Muslims in America far surpasses the treatment of Christians, women, Jews, et al. in traditionally Muslim countries. Furthermore, she subscribes to a theory that manipulative interest groups encourage Muslims in America to feel victimized. AYAAN HIRSI ALI: Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Dutch-American feminist filmmaker and political writer. She is author of several books, the latest of which is Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now. She is also founder of the AHA Foundation, a former fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a former member of the Dutch parliament. Ali is a vocal critic of Islam whose writings often focus on the religion's subjugation of women. Her work is controversial and has resulted in numerous death threats. In 2004 Ayaan gained international attention following the murder of Theo van Gogh. Van Gogh had directed her short film Submission, a film about the oppression of women under Islam. The assassin left a death threat for her pinned to Van Gogh's chest. This tragic event, and Ayaan’s life leading up to it, are all chronicled in her best-selling book, Infidel. TRANSCRIPT: Ayaan Hirsi Ali: In the United States of America, I see that Muslims as individuals, as organizations, as a community are present everywhere. If anything there's more listening to them than less of listening to them. I want to juxtapose that with the plight of Christians and Jews and Atheists and ex-Muslims and gays in the Muslim world. I'm not talking about the war-torn places; I'm talking about the places where there is order and the way Muslim societies respond to that. And if I were a vocal Muslim individual or a vocal Muslim organization, I would use my energy to highlight what we as Muslims, those of us who were brought within Islam in our own countries are doing to Christians and various sects of women and Jews and all that. So, I have to be quite honest with you, I don't buy much of this whole victim thing. Then there's another metric. In places where people are oppressed and persecuted, people don't go there. Christians are fleeing Muslim countries. Muslims are flocking to originally Christian countries. I'm not a Christian. I'm not religious in the least. I'm an atheist. But it's a mere observation. So I think in a way these organizations are playing not only non-Muslim Americans, but they're also playing the Muslim communities that they target to make them feel that they're victims of some illusion, some form of persecution that they are not in order to band them together and then manipulate them. And it's up to us to investigate these things. I remember in the Netherlands, a band of Muslim women saying we've been spat upon. And we said, "Who did the spitting?" And we looked into it. Nobody did the spitting. She said ultimately the woman who said she was accused said, "I thought he was going to spit on me, but it didn't happen." Women who were saying, "We were looked at differently," well, if you cover yourself from head to toe in black you are going to attract attention. I know a little bit about Islam. The whole idea of covering the Muslim woman is based on so that you as a woman may not attract attention. If you find yourself in a society where people are not covered from head to toe in black and you cover yourself from head to toe in black, you are going to attract attention. So if people look at you, it may not be because they hate you or they want you out of the country; it may be because you are interesting. You are just as if you have walked off a Darth Vader set. That's probably why they're looking at you. I think we need to have this sort of honest conversation with them instead of indulging that I am a victim of. But obviously they're hiding and this is what we're seeing in our own society that all kinds of segments of people in our society feel that they are a victim of this or a victim of that in the freest society in the world. If you're victimized in America, goodness me, how would you have survived the rest of the world?............... To read the transcript, please go to 🤍

Assita Kanko in gesprek met Ayaan Hirsi Ali: “Nooit compromissen sluiten rond vrijheid.”


Bekijk het integrale gesprek op 🤍 Europees Parlementslid Assita Kanko nodigde de Nederlandse Ayaan Hirsi Ali uit voor een debat in het Europees Parlement rond vrijheid van meningsuiting, vrouwenrechten en de toekomst van onze gemeenschap. Hirsi Ali is een Nederlandse politica met een uitgesproken mening over onder andere de radicale islam en geweld op vrouwen. “We hebben een unieke band”, zegt Assita Kanko. “We hebben hetzelfde meegemaakt, van genitale verminking tot onderdrukking als vrouwen die opkomen voor hun mening en vrijheden.” Het debat werd ingeleid door de Franse schrijver en essayist Pascal Bruckner en Kamerlid Theo Francken verzorgde de conclusie en het nawoord. Het was geen sinecure om Ayaan Hirsi Ali voor dit debat te strikken. De Nederlandse politica en activiste leeft al 20 jaar onder zware bescherming. Ze kwam zwaar onder vuur te liggen bij een deel van moslimgemeenschap omwille van haar uitgesproken mening over de radicale islam en de positie van de vrouw in de moslimgemeenschap. Ze moest na de moord op regisseur Theo Van Gogh zelfs vluchten uit Nederland, kreeg meerdere fatwa’s over zich en leeft ondertussen al jaren in de VS. In het druk bijgewoonde debat benadrukte Hirsi Ali de noodzaak om goed na te denken over onze waarden. “Willen we voor onze waarden vechten, ja zelfs sterven?”, stelt ze de pertinente vraag. “Voor vrijheid mag je nooit compromissen sluiten”, zegt Assita Kanko. Je moet blijven opkomen voor je vrijheid. Samen met Ayaan ijver ik voor een nieuw feminisme, waarbij we opkomen voor de universele rechten van de vrouw, die boven alle religieuze en fractionele dogma’s staan.” Het debat werd gemodereerd door de Franse schrijver en essayist Pascal Bruckner, die in zijn recente publicaties stelling neemt tegen het ‘wokeïsme, het radicaal feminisme en de zonde van de ‘witte heteroseksuele man’. Hij sprak na het debat zijn bewondering uit voor beide dames: “Ze zijn nooit geplooid voor de druk en zijn een echt voorbeeld voor generaties jonge vrouwen.” Ook Kamerlid Theo Francken leidde het debat in goede banen. Hij sprak over “twee uitzonderlijke vrouwen die vechten voor hun mening. Ze moeten de weg blijven banen, ondanks alle kritiek.” Assita Kanko blikt tevreden terug op de debatnamiddag, ondanks het vele werk dat ze moest verzetten om Ayaan Hirsi Ali in het Europese Parlement te krijgen. “Ayaan en ik begrijpen elkaar op een unieke manier. We hebben hetzelfde meegemaakt, van genitale verminking, onderdrukking en het gevecht om onze mening te uiten. Ik heb hier alvast een nieuw begrip geleerd: ‘democratisch ongeduld’. We moeten ongeduldig blijven en blijven vechten voor onze waarden.”

Station Europa. Over Ayaan Hirsi Ali en communicatie in EU


Het europaprogramma van de Wereldomroep komt één keer in de maand vanuit het Europees Parlement in Brussel. Op 11 februari een debat over de mogelijke europese beveiliging van ex-politica Ayaan Hirsi Ali, de communicatie van de Europese Unie Europa en het nieuwe Europees radiostation en over de stijgende spanning in Kosovo en Servië. Te gast; Erik Meijer van de SP, Annemie Neyts, namens de Vlaamse liberalen en Gert Jan Dennekamp, oud NOS correspondent in Brussel. Presentatie is in handen van europacorrespondent Matthijs Nieuwenhuis.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali at VeerStichting 2015 | Onbegrensd ID |


Ayaan Hirsi Ali op het 36e VeerStichting symposium op donderdag 15 oktober 2015 in de Pieterskerk in Leiden. 🤍 Ayaan Hirsi Ali is een Nederlands-Amerikaanse feministe, auteur en voormalig politica. Van 2003 tot aan 2006 was zij lid van de Tweede Kamer voor de VVD en staat bekend om haar kritiek op de islam en haar strijd voor vrouwenrechten. Eerder werd zij verkozen tot Nederlander van het Jaar (2004) en een jaar later ook tot Europeaan van het Jaar (2005). Hirsi Ali raakte in opspraak toen aan het licht kwam dat zij tijdens haar naturalisatie in 1992 had gelogen over haar identiteit. Dit leidde veertien jaar later uiteindelijk tot een politieke crisis. Tegenwoordig is ze een fellow van zowel de Kennedy Government School aan de Universiteit van Harvard, als een fellow van het American Enterprise Institute.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Prey: A Panel Discussion on Europe, Islam, and Women’s Rights


Recorded on June 11, 2021 Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights, Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book on the explosion of sexual violence and harassment in Europe, was published in early 2021. Since then, the book has sparked a worldwide discussion online and offline about the immigration of huge numbers of mostly young Muslim men (more than 3 million, by some reports) to European cities and its effect on the women who live there. To discuss this phenomenon, explain why many of these young men feel empowered to harass women, and offer some possible solutions, Peter Robinson is joined by Prey author and Hoover Institution research fellow Ayaan Hirsi Ali; Valerie Hudson, a professor of political science at the Bush School at Texas A&M University and an expert on women’s rights and demographics; and Christopher Caldwell, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute and the author of Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West, published in 2009, and The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties, published just last year. For further information: 🤍 Interested in exclusive Uncommon Knowledge content? Check out Uncommon Knowledge on social media! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

What is the future for women in Islam?


Women raised as Muslim debate whether there’s a place for them in Islam during a panel at the 2016 Women in the World Summit in New York City. The panel features: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Founder, AHA Foundation and Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Farah Pandith, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations Zahra' Langhi, Co-Founder & Director, Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace Hibaaq Osman, Founder and CEO, Karama Moderated by Barkha Dutt Director, Barkha Dutt Live Media

Ayaan Hirsi Ali menacée de mort-France24


A la Une aujourd'hui: A-t-on le droit de ne pas croire? Ayaan Hirsi Ali menacée de mort demande de l'aide à l'UE.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Whether Islam is a 'Religion of Peace'


Ayaan Hirsi Ali, ardent defender of Western civilization against Islamic supremacism, New York Times bestselling author, former Dutch MP and recipient of The New Criterion’s fourth annual Edmund Burke Award for Service to Culture & Society explains that the notion of Islam as a ‘religion of peace’ is belied by the religion’s history, and argues that Islamic law based in emulation of Muhammad at Medina represents ‘the bad idea of our time,’ during an in-depth interview for The New Criterion by Ben Weingarten, commentator and Founder & CEO of ChangeUp Media. For more from The New Criterion’s April 2016 ‘Edmund Burke Award’ gala and other compelling content, check out The New Criterion’s YouTube channel at 🤍

Virtue in the face of tribalism | with Ayaan Hirsi Ali


Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a celebrated scholar, stateswoman and activist who has championed women's rights and liberal values while opposing identity politics and religious extremism. She has been maligned for her views, and as you will hear her say here, she has made mistakes along the way. But I was honored to speak to Ayaan because she has always struck me as a true example of moral and intellectual courage. Please enjoy this short conversation touching on virtue, philosophical nonviolence and the work of Martin Luther King Jr., polarization and race with one of the most fascinating public personalities in the world.

"Beute": Das neue Buch von Ayaan Hirsi Ali I ttt


Die ganze Sendung gibt es in der ARD-Mediathek: 🤍 Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Frauenrechtlerin und Islamkritikerin, polarisiert. In ihrem neuesten Buch "Beute" stellt sie die These auf, dass muslimische Einwanderung die Rechte der Frauen in Europa bedroht.

Barkha Dutt criticizes Hindus During discussion on Muslims, Gets SHUT UP Ayaan Hirsi Ali


Barkha Dutt criticises Hindus During discussion on Muslims, Gets SHUT UP #BarkhaDutt gets shit up by #AyaanHirsiAli while discussing #Muslims #Hindus in New Tork Indian journalist Barkha Dutt at a panel discussion on Muslim Women in Islam in New York. Ayaan Hirsi Ali shuts Barkha Dutt up on Muslims women in Islam debate in New York Hibaaq Osman Donald Trump Sharia Law

Navigating the culture wars with Douglas Murray and Ayaan Hirsi Ali


Join Douglas Murray, author of The Madness of Crowds, and feminist activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali as the pair discuss her new book: Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights. Copies of The Madness of Crowds (in paperback) will be sent out after the event. Please note shipping is only available within the UK. Click here to pre-order PREY by Ayaan Hirsi Ali // Subscribe to The Spectator Subscribe: Get your first month for free 🤍 // FOLLOW US 🤍 🤍 🤍

Muslim women respond to Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali


Controversial Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali has canceled her speaking tours in Australia and New Zealand, citing security concerns. But before she did, Muslim women created this video that explains why Hirsi Ali doesn't speak for them. Subscribe: 🤍 Livestream: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍

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