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Australia: Whining Muslims petition against truth teller Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s tour of country…….


All the more reason to stop Islamo-migration to the country……
20 MAR 2017 – 4:55PM

Muslim women protest Australian visit of anti-Islam activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s upcoming speaking tour to Australia is not the first time she has visited the country, but it’s the first time there has been significant public opposition, as a group of high-profile Australian Muslim women have launched a petition against the outspoken Dutch-American activist, claiming she “does not speak for us.”

 

Unlike Geert Wilders, who was recently defeated in the Dutch national election, the Somali-born Ayaan Hirsi Ali might seem like an unlikely advocate of the Dutch far right: she’s female, black and grew up Muslim. Now, a group of Muslim women in Australia are petitioning her upcoming speaking tour to the country.

 

The group, which includes a number of high-profile writers, academics and activists, have expressed “disappointment” over Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s invitation to speak in Australia as part of a tour organised by event group Think Inc.

 

In an online petition, titled “Ayaan Hirsi Ali does not speak for us,” the group stated that ,”Hirsi Ali’s sheer presence in Australia undermines both intra and inter-community efforts toward social cohesion and in providing platforms for Muslim women to champion their own causes.”

Notwithstanding that position, the group extended an invitation for Hirsi Ali to meet with them during her visit and to engage in a discussion to debate and contest her views regarding Islam and the status of women in Islam.

 

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3 Responses

  1. Please note that Wilders was not at all “defeated” in the national elections. He gained five seats while his main opponent Rutte lost 9 seats.

    1. I’ve been reporting it as such since the final tally, why here?

  2. The SBS news item says Wilders was “defeated” in the election. He did not lose. He increased his vote from the previous election. I see it as a gain.

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