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
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
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
Ayaan Hirsi Ali