Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Feminism's Blind Spot: the Abuse of Women by Non-White Men, Particularly Muslims

Feminism's Blind Spot: the Abuse of Women by Non-White Men, Particularly Muslims

Nusrat Jahan Rafi was a young woman who attended a madrassa in the rural town of Feni in Bangladesh. In late March of this year, she attended the local police station to report a crime. Nusrat alleged that the headmaster at her madrassa had called her into his office several

Louise Perry
Louise Perry
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali
How Intersectionalism Betrays the World’s Muslim Women

How Intersectionalism Betrays the World’s Muslim Women

I attended the infamous “#Feminist” speaking event at the Sydney Town Hall. It was a discussion between Roxane Gay, a Haitian-born intersectional feminist, and Christina Hoff Sommers, a self-described “equity feminist.” I went with the intention of confronting my growing disillusionment with the morally proscriptive nature of intersectional feminism and

Omayma Mohamed
Omayma Mohamed
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali
A Night Out with a Muslim and an Atheist

A Night Out with a Muslim and an Atheist

On Dec. 10, “Islam and the Future of Tolerance” held its West Coast premiere in Los Angeles after an extended two-year production period. Starring Sam Harris and Maajid Nawaz, the documentary is based on the conversation-turned-book between the two on the subjects of Islam, Islamism, and Muslims. The

Andy Ngo
Andy Ngo
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Ayaan Hirsi Ali