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29 December 2022
2022, the year the West erased women
According to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, radical critic of Islam, subjugating fundamentalists and Western transactivist progressivism are de facto allies: both endanger women and threaten post-Enlightenment ideals
If 2022 was the year of the 'woman', it was a story with two different final chapters: one hopeful, the other less so. The first is set in a faraway country, where an archaic and theocratic regime threatens to be overthrown by women throwing off their hijabs and demanding their emancipation. The second takes place in a more familiar setting but in an unfamiliar language: a West where the very word 'woman' no longer has any [...]
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27 March 2021
'Prey: immigration, Islam and the erosion of women's rights', the latest book by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Few women in the world are at the centre of so much hostility and accusations of hypocrisy as Ayaan Hirsi Ali. She denounces Islam for its absolutism and intolerance, discrediting the religion of over a billion people by calling it a 'nihilistic death cult'. Her story perhaps makes her antagonism understandable: she was forced to undergo genital mutilation as a child in Somalia, fled to the Netherlands to escape an arranged marriage and as an adult saw the [...]
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