I urge everyone who is interested in learning more about the Islamic Jihad problem throughout the world, to read this article in the Wall Street Journal, penned by Ayaan Hirsi Ali (linked below). Ms Ali is a Somali-born, Muslim apostate who escaped as a young woman to the Netherlands, where she began her crusade in awakening the world – and women in particular – to the threats of Islam. She has since become an American citizen.
Ms. Ali is under constant threat of being killed, starting with her partnership in 2004 with film-maker Theo Van Gogh, with whom she co-wrote a 12-minute film expose’ titled, Fitna, which highlighted the abuses of women worldwide under Islam and sharia. Shortly after the movie was released, Van Gogh was murdered in the streets of Amsterdam.
Last year, Ms. Ali was invited to speak at Brandeis University where she was to receive an honorary degree. Apparently, intimidation from behind the scenes took control, and Ms. Ali was unceremoniously uninvited, and her award was rescinded. She was not allowed on campus.
This is one example of muting free speech and imposing intimidation against anyone who is willing to speak the truth about radical Islam in America. I, personally, have been dis-invited and refused admission to speak at various locales in the last 7 years, since my book on militant Islam was published. It’s how they keep people like you and me in the dark.
Ms. Ali is a fascinating, brilliant and courageous lady who has authored a number of books. Check her out. You will definitely learn from her.
Here’s the article: