‘The Quran says read but it also says kill': Human rights advocate Ayaan Hirsi Ali sends first tweets about Islam http://t.co/PWCsbxuiHF— IrritatedWoman™ (@irritatedwoman) March 22, 2015
◼ Ali defended her message: "The message of this book isn't to attack Muslims... it's to say we need that courageous step, and that is to reform the religion from within." - MRC TV
“Islam, unreformed today, is not a religion of peace,” said well-known Somali-born activist and writer Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who said on ABC’s “This Week” that the Muslim religion needs reform. In the interview, host Martha Raddatz charged that Ali’s views “incite people to be anti-Muslim,” but Ali held her ground.
Ali suffered female genital mutilation (FGM) as a young girl in Somalia. She eventually escaped to Holland and participated in a documentary about the abuses that girls suffer in Muslim countries.
The documentary’s producer, Theo Van Gogh, was killed in broad daylight in Holland – the killer’s note was a threat for Ali.
Ever since, Ali has used her notoriety to shed light on what she believes are the problems with the religion of her youth. Ali has had a fatwa issued against her and travels with bodyguards at all times.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali Discussing 'Heretic' on 'Fox & Friends': https://t.co/aiz1iB9xuX— Ayaan Hirsi Ali (@Ayaan) March 25, 2015