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Ayaan Hirsi Ali | The Ben Shapiro Show Sunday Special


March 28, 2021 07:00

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Through childhood she was a devout muslim in a muslim family but in 1992, a 23
year old Ayaan fled Kenya for The Netherlands for political asylum after being
forced into an unwanted marriage. In 2002, Ayaan renounced her faith in Islam
and she wrote her first book, “The Son Factory”, the first of many from Ayaan
exposing the oppression of women among muslims and the need for Islamic
reformation. Her newest book is “Prey: Immigration, Islam and the Erosion of
Women’s Rights”. She tells us in today’s episode about the most recent
persecution from muslim men and how The West must respond to this clash with
our ideology. We’ll also discuss what the Left can learn about confronting
extremism from the Right, and if Secularism is a viable principle in a free
society. Become a Daily Wire member and hear the bonus questions! Read more
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