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Ayaan Hirsi Ali: ICH KLAGE AN Plädoyer für de Befreiung der muslimischen Frauen Piper Verlag 2005 214 sider
»For omtrent 12 år siden kom jeg til
Vesteuropa på flugt fra tvangsægteskab. Hurtigt lærte jeg, at Gud og dennes sandhed her opfattes menneskeværdigt. For muslimer er livet på jorden kun en gang til det hinsidige. Her i Vesten må mennesker også investere i livet her på jorden … Gud er her snarere en kærlighedens Gud end en grusom, straffende hersker.«

“Hirsi Ali er meget radikal ved ikke at gøre sig falske forhåbninger om at modernisere islam. Vestlige politikere som Bush og Blair kritiseres for at betragte islamistiske terrorister som gidseltagere af islam. »Islam har taget sig selv som gidsel,« svarer Hirsi Ali.”

Primært er det manglen på selvrefleksion, der anfægter Hirsi Ali. »I stedet for selvkritik får vi en lang række benægtelser eller en opremsning af ydre faktorer og konspirationsteorier, der skal gælde som “sande årsager” i den muslimske verden.« klik word
doc:http://upl.silentwhisper.net/uplfolders/upload0/Ayaan_Hirsi_Al i.doc
VAN GOGH’S SON ASSAULTED
The 14-year-old son of controversial film director Theo van Gogh, slain by an Islamic extremist last November, is said to have been threatened and assaulted by Moroccan teenagers in Amsterdam and insulted by his classmates. The allegations were made during an interview the boy’s grandparents gave to the Dutch television channel Nova. Amsterdam police have not confirmed any threats or aggression against Lieuwe van Gogh.The family lawyer, Gijs de Westelaken, specified that after the murder, which profoundly shocked Dutch society, Lieuwe was attacked by some young Moroccan youths while he was walking the dog. The boy is said to have suffered bruising, but only spoke about the incident to his mother and did not lodge a police complaint.
On another occasion he is said to have been threatened with a pistol by two young men of North African descent in the neighbourhood where his father had lived. Neighbours called the police but when they arrived the attackers had fled.According to his grandparents, Lieuwe was also subject to harrassment and insults at school, and was forced to change class after various classmates told him “it is a good thing your father is dead”.
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