Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Ayaan Hirsi Ali in Sydney

Ayaan Hirsi Ali visits Sydney for their Books and Writers' Festival, and she has the luvvies eating out of her hand.

Read Pommygranate's summary of her presentation to see why that matters. [Hat tip Prodos]

PS: Here's a recent interview between Ali and Guernica magazine.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Luke H said...

I vote that you run a caption contest on that picture.

6/07/2007 12:14:00 am  
Blogger PC said...

Go right ahead ... if you're man enough. :-)

6/07/2007 11:27:00 am  
Anonymous James said...

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6/07/2007 12:52:00 pm  
Blogger PC said...

Okay, the woman is a genuine heroine. We can do better than that last comment.

6/07/2007 01:03:00 pm  
Anonymous ruth said...

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6/07/2007 02:47:00 pm  
Anonymous Sus said...

"That woman is a traitor to all Muslims."

?????

Why? For daring to save her own life?

Shame on this barbaric comment.

6/07/2007 03:04:00 pm  
Blogger PC said...

And we can sure do a hell of a lot better than that last comments from someone called Ruth. Just disgusting.

6/07/2007 03:57:00 pm  
Anonymous Benn said...

We can all live better without religion and the irrational belief in nonsense it promotes, superstitious nonsense it be.

As for Islam, it's time to get serious about rejecting it and eliminating it from civil society. People who want to behave according to crazy religion should be ejected forthwith. Maybe Johnnie Howard had the right idea. "You can't come in here with that!"

Benn

6/07/2007 06:53:00 pm  

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