Hodjanernes Blog

10 oktober 2016

Er Islam “fredens religion” , spørger Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Filed under: Fredens Religion©, Islam, TrumfEs — Tags: , — trumfes @ 17:10

Hun kommer med mange interessante observationer

Selv om jeg – desværre – tror at hun er for optimistisk : Jeg tror ikke at Islam kan ændres

Men jeg kan jo heldigvis tage fejl 🙂

15 juni 2015

Ayaan Hirsi Ali to Ben Affleck: Would You Play Mohammed in a Movie?

Filed under: Islam, Kendte, Muhammed Cartoons — Tags: , — Hodja @ 18:10

18 september 2014

Ayaan Hirsi Ali taler på Yale Uni specielt til muslimske kvinder

Filed under: Dhimmier, Multi-kulti, Muslim World, Politik, TrumfEs, USA/Canada — Tags: , — trumfes @ 14:38

Islam har brug for at blive reformeret, sagde hun

“You live in a time when Muslims are at a crossroads,” Ali said. “Every single day there is a headline that forces the Muslim individual to choose between his conscience and his creed.”

Ali talte direkte til MSA, Muslim Students Association, som i bedste muslimske tradition 🙂 havde krævet at hun IKKE blev inviteret.

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27 august 2014

Endnu en Obama skandale …

Filed under: Barack Hussein Obama, Politik, TrumfEs, USA/Canada — Tags: , — trumfes @ 19:14

Der er sket en ny udvikling i IRS (USAs skattesystem) skandalen

Tidligere har det vist sig at IRS har lavet ekstremt mange skatterevisoner af to grupper af den amerikanske befolkning:

1. personer tilknyttet Tea Party bevægelsen
2. personer tilknyttet pro-israelske organisationer.

IRS påstod at det “bare” var en enkelt medarbejder (Lois Lerner) og at hun nu er blevet “fyret”.
En domstol krævede så alle hendes emails.

Og så vidste det sig – mærkværdigvis nu – at alle hendes emails var forsvundet fra backupserveren
og at hendes PC havde lidt et nedbrud, så den måtte desværre også destrueres – der kunne ikke reddes noget.

Forleden kom det frem at den meget uheldige Lois Lerner minsandten også havde haft et nedbrud på hendes blackberry (smartphone), så den måtte desværre også destrueres.

Alle disse oplysninger er givet under edsansvar i en retsal.

Nu viser sig så at den federale regering selv backer ALT op.
Så Lois Lerners emails er ikke forsvundne (endnu..), men man (læs Obama) siger at det vil være for besværligt at finde Lois emails …

Mage til fuphistorier skal man lede længe efter.

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14 december 2012

Michael Coren interviwer Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Filed under: Islam, Islamisering, Muslim World, Shariah, Uran — Tags: , — Hodja @ 07:56

18 november 2010

Er islam ‘fredens religion’?

5 december 2009

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Filed under: Demografi, Europa, Immigration, Islam, Moske, Minaret, Schweiz — Tags: — Hodja @ 12:04

Swiss ban on minarets was a vote for tolerance and inclusion

The Swiss vote highlights the debate on Islam as a set of political and collectivist ideas, not a rejection of Muslims.

2 november 2009

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

“Det juridiske system i Holland er bankerot.”

Eksempel: Utrecht: Community service for offending Muslims.

Opdatering: Interview med Hirsi Ali: Netherlands: How many Bouyeris live in the Netherlands?

18 juni 2009

Ayaan Hirsi Ali om Hussein Obama og islam i The Australian

Obama should speak truth to Islam because others can’t.

“I wish he would host a reading summit where we truly “say openly to each other the things we hold in our hearts that too often are said only behind closed doors”. For too many of us born into Islam, saying those things openly can land us in jail or in the graveyard.”

30 marts 2009

Racisme og sexisme

Ayaan Hirsi Ali og Geert Wilders er begge hollændere, begge var/er parlamentsmedlemmer, begge står bag en islamkritisk film med grundlæggende samme budskab, begge har siden måttet leve med personlige sikkerhedsvagter døgnet rundt, og begge er i dag ikkemuslimer.

Trods alle disse ligheder, får Hirsi Ali friheds- og bogpriser, mens Wilders mødes med afsky og indrejseforbud.

Køn og race spiller åbenbart en stor rolle for alle de pæne mennesker, som priser Hirsi Ali og samtidig afviser Wilders.

Michael Sandfort; Information 26.03.2009

17 marts 2009

Samme budskab?

Hvori består den store forskel på Ayaan Hirsi Alis stærke kritik af islam og Geert Wilders?

Kan det passe, at de to personer mener det samme, og advarer os om det samme, men at deres budskab bliver modtaget forskelligt, fordi de to budbringere er af forskellig race?

Hvis ja, er det da uhyggeligt, at race betyder så meget i dagens Europa.

Inger-Marie Tryde Martensen; Jyllands-Posten 21.02.2009

24 september 2008

On The Map with Avi Lewis: Ayaan Hirsi Ali & Islamophobia

Filed under: Islam, Kendte, Oplysning om islam, Ytringsfrihed — Tags: , — Hodja @ 18:58

15 september 2008

Se DDR2 i aften kl. 23:00: Modige kvinder

Filed under: Islam, Medier DR m.fl., Muslim World, Oplysning om islam — Tags: — ManInBurka© @ 11:20

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, forfatter, debattør og islamkritiker. Lene Johansen har mødt somaliskfødte Ayaan Hirsi Ali, der har levet under politibeskyttelse, siden hun i 2002 udgav den islamkritiske bog “Sønnefabrikken”.

Hendes kritik af den religiøse fanatisme fortsatte med manuskriptet til “Submission”, der kostede instruktøren livet. Trods trusler fortsætter hun sin kritik – ikke for at genere de troende, men for at sætte spørgsmålstegn ved udviklingspotentialet i de lande, der er domineret af fanatisk islamisme. Sendes også 18.9.
 

6 august 2008

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria speaks with author Ayaan Hirsi Ali about the current state of Islam.

Se videoen på CNN.

25 februar 2008

De europæiske politikeres forræderi mod Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Først kom de efter Ayaan – hvem er den næste klokkerne ringer for?

Læs mere på IsraeleNews

1 maj 2006

Ayaan Hirsi Ali tvunget af retskendelse til at forlade sin bolig

Hirsi Ali er ved retten i Holland blevet dømt til at forlade sin lejlighed, idet hendes naboer har ført sag mod hende.

De føler, at deres sikkerhed er truet ved at være naboer til hende.

Mere på France-Echos 

Og naboerne mener, at deres sikkerhed er truet – hvad med Hirsi Ali, der må leve med politibekyttelse døgnet rundt? Hvad bliver det næste – at de dømmer hende ude af landet. Flere parlamentsmedlemmer i Holland har tidligere bedt hende om at udtræde af parlamentet.

Der er kun en ting at sige til det – DHIMMIER!

23 februar 2006

Keith Windschuttle: Howard, cultural warrior

By standing up to radical Muslims at home, the Prime Minister is a role model for other Western leaders

February 21, 2006 YESTERDAY two political leaders responded to the big issue of our time. In Australia, Prime Minister John Howard observed that radical Islam is “utterly antagonistic to our kind of society”.

In India, the Minister of Minority Welfare of Uttar Pradesh, Yaqoob Qureshi, offered a $14 million reward to anyone who beheaded one of the Danish cartoonists who drew images of Mohammed. In their own distinct ways, both may contribute to Western countries recognising how serious, and how long-standing, is the challenge of radical Islam to the core of their culture.

For the past three decades, most members of our political class have been ensconced within the cultural relativism of multiculturalism. If there has been a problem within an ethnic community, few political leaders have ever blamed its members. Instead, they have told the rest of us it is unacceptable to censure social groups except one – mainstream Australia.

As the debate about the Cronulla riots on Channel Nine’s Sixty Minutes on Sunday night demonstrated, the spokesmen for the Muslim community share this perspective.

Australians don’t give them a fair go, they claim, and politicians are only too ready to play the race card by appealing to the worst xenophobic instincts of the majority.

Around the Western world, the response to the Danish cartoons demonstrated that even when Muslims go on violent rampages, burn down embassies and, in Britain, march with placards threatening death to their fellow citizens, many people regard this as somehow understandable, even acceptable, since we have no right to judge another religion and culture.

In Australia, Attorney-General Philip Ruddock urged newspaper editors to treat the cartoons with caution, asking them not to act “gratuitously with a view to try [to] provoke a response”. In New Zealand, Prime Minister Helen Clark accused the newspapers who reproduced them of “bad manners”.

British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said: “The republication of these cartoons has been unnecessary, it has been insensitive, it has been disrespectful and it has been wrong.”

However, the causes of the violence are now fairly clear. The riots, arson and death threats were not spontaneous outbursts from passionate religious believers but carefully stage-managed devices by Muslim leaders some five months after the cartoons were published.

Danish imams travelled to the Middle East where they generated support for a campaign targeted quite deliberately at Western culture.

Since September 11 and Bali, most commentators have seen the objectives of radical Islam as focused largely on change within Islamic counties: to force the West out of Saudi Arabia, to shut down decadent Western tourist attractions in Muslim countries and, in its most utopian dreams, to re-establish the medieval Islamic empire that stretched from Spain to the East Indies.

The uproar over the Danish cartoons should remind us that another long-standing goal has been cultural change in the West. Radical Islam wants to accord Muslims in western societies privileges not available to the faithful of other religions. Instead of them changing to integrate into our way of life, they want to force us to change to accept their way of life.

Their ideal within the West is to establish sharia law in areas where Muslims congregate. As London’s Sunday Telegraph survey revealed yesterday, four out of 10 British Muslims now want sharia law introduced in Muslim-dominated parts of the country. This is an objective that long predates the rise of al-Q’aida.

As no one should need reminding, the first target in the contemporary rise of Islamic radicalism was the novelist Salman Rushdie. In 1989 he was the subject of a death edict by Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini for satirising Mohammed in his novel The Satanic Verses. A number of Muslims living in the West declared they were willing to carry out the death sentence on behalf of their religion.

Many writers gave Rushdie vocal support and pointed out how such a fatwa offended the very core of Western culture, its right to free expression. But prominent politicians took a different line. President George Bush Sr adopted the moral equivalence of the political class, declaring both the death edict and the novel equally “offensive”. Former president Jimmy Carter responded with a call for Americans to be “sensitive to the concern and anger” of Muslims. Rushdie had to spend the next decade in disguise, living in secret locations, under police protection. No one else followed him by writing a novel critical of Mohammed.

In 1995, when a Pakistani writer living in the West decided to write a book, Why I Am Not a Muslim, rejecting Islam and praising Western culture, he knew he had to adopt the pseudonym, Ibn Warraq, and keep his identity secret.

In the Netherlands, the former Somali woman, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, wrote a book, The Son Factory, about the Muslim oppression of women. The book generated a spate of death threats. Although she subsequently became a member of parliament, the threats to her life mean she still lives under permanent armed guard in a secret government safe house. Police later found she was at the top of a Muslim hit list of Dutch public figures.

The assassin Mohammed Bouyeri had her as his preferred victim but, when he couldn’t reach her, he went to the name second on the hit list, the film-maker Theo van Gogh. Bouyeri shot, stabbed and almost beheaded van Gogh, whose offence had been to collaborate with Hirsi Ali on a film entitled Submission critical of Muslim violence towards women.

The tactic of targeting individuals who criticise Islam has been very effective in the Netherlands. In 2005, for instance, the Dutch law professor and newspaper columnist Paul Cliteur announced he would no longer write or speak in public because of death threats to his wife and children.

This personal terrorism affects not just those directly under threat, but all writers and intellectuals. Most are unable to afford the security costs and the state cannot protect them all. The result is that they are silenced by self-censorship. Until now, the Western response has consistently been to raise one more white flag in the surrender of Western cultural values that we have been making since Khomeini’s fatwa against Rushdie in 1989.

That is why Howard’s statement yesterday is so remarkable. In Europe, comments like that have seen government ministers in several countries condemned by their colleagues. Some have lost their jobs. Howard’s comments may signify that a line has finally been drawn in the Western political mentality.

Keith Windschuttle’s most recent book is The White Australia Policy (Macleay Press, 2004). His website is www.sydneyline.com
Fra The Australian via Democracy Frontline

10 februar 2006

Hollandsk islam-kritiker roser Anders Fogh

Hun er blevet verdensberømt og udsat for dødstrusler på grund af sin bombastiske kritik af islam.

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Og netop som ledere over hele verden maner til besindighed og ro i striden om Jyllands-Postens tegninger af profeten Muhammed, talte den hollandske forfatter og politiker Ayaan Hirsi Ali i dag med store bogstaver, da hun i Berlin uforbeholdent bakkede op om statsminister Anders Fogh Rasmussens håndtering af krisen og forsvarede det, hun kaldte retten til at fornærme andre.

Pligt at offentliggøre tegninger
– Det var deres pligt som journalister at få lavet og offentliggjort tegningerne af profeten Muhammed. Til de aviser og tv-stationer, som manglede modet til at vise deres læsere karikaturerne, siger jeg: Skam jer! Disse intellektuelle lever af ytringsfriheden, men accepterer censur. De gemmer deres smålighed bag højtravende udtryk som ansvar og sensibilitet, fastslog Hirsi Ali på en velbesøgt pressekonference, præget af store sikkerhedsforanstaltninger.

Her gik hun også hårdt i rette med virksomheder, der er har travlt med at distancere sig fra Danmark, og de politikere, som har betegnet det som ufølsomt og forkert, at medier i 20 lande verden over har genoptrykt de danske tegninger.

Mere: http://www.dr.dk/Nyheder/Udland/2006/02/09/173630.htm?rss=true

Hvornår bliver hun foreslået til Nobels fredspris?

7 februar 2006

Meget mere ballade forude: Submission 2

Filed under: Film, Holland, Islam, Kendte, Koran, Ytringsfrihed — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 12:57

SPIEGEL INTERVIEW MED AYAAN HIRSI ALI

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SPIEGEL: You’re working on a sequel to “Submission.” Will you stick to your uncompromising approach?

Hirsi Ali: Yes, of course. We want to continue the debate over the Koran’s claim to absoluteness, the infallibility of the Prophet and sexual morality. In the first part, we portrayed a woman who speaks to her god, complaining that despite the fact that she has abided by his rules and subjugated herself, she is still being abused by her uncle. The second part deals with the dilemma into which the Muslim faith plunges four different men. One hates Jews, the second one is gay, the third is a bon vivant who wants to be a good Muslim but repeatedly succumbs to life’s temptations, and the fourth is a martyr. They all feel abandoned by their god and decide to stop worshipping him.

SPIEGEL: Will recent events make it more difficult to screen the film?

Hirsi Ali: The conditions couldn’t be more difficult. We’re forced to produce the film under complete anonymity. Everyone involved in the film, from actors to technicians, will be unrecognizable. But we are determined to complete the project. The director didn’t really like van Gogh, but he believes that, for the sake of free speech, shooting the sequel is critical. I’m optimistic that we’ll be able to premier the film this year.

http://service.spiegel.de/cache/international/spiegel/0,1518,399263,00.html

Wiki: http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayaan_Hirsi_Ali