Monday, December 03, 2007

How to go from rags to riches the Ayaan Hirsi Magan way

Thats her real name, not Ayaan Hirsi Ali as she claims. This was the documentary which exposed her monstrous lies. Asylym seekers sure have become creative, just ask Wafa Sultan.

The Economist writes:
The facts as Ms Hirsi Ali tells them here do not fit well either with some of the stories she has told in the past or with her tendency in her political writing to ascribe most of the troubles of the Muslim world to Islam…As a young woman, Ms Hirsi Ali’s mother, Asha, does not seem to have inhabited “the virgin’s cage” that the author claims imprisons Muslim women around the world. At the age of 15, she travelled by herself to Aden where she got a job cleaning house for a British woman…Ms Hirsi Ali sounds less frank when she tells the convoluted story of how and why she came to seek asylum at the age of 22 in the Netherlands. She has admitted in the past to changing her name and her age, and to concocting a story for the Dutch authorities about running away from Somalia’s civil war. (In fact she left from Kenya, where she had had refugee status for ten years.)…

However, last May a Dutch television documentary suggested that while Ms Hirsi Ali did run away from a marriage, her life was in no danger…the facts as she tells them about the many chances she passed up to get out of the marriage—how her father and his clan disapproved of violence against women; how relatives already in the Netherlands helped her to gain asylum; and how her ex-husband peaceably agreed to a divorce—hardly seem to bear her out.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali is not the first person to use false pretences to try to find a better life in the West, nor will she be the last. But the muddy account given in this book of her so-called forced marriage becomes more troubling when one considers that Ms Hirsi Ali has built a career out of portraying herself as the lifelong victim of fanatical Muslims.
describes herself as a woman who “fights for the rights of Muslim women, the enlightenment of Islam and the security of the West,” Hirsi Ali, according to Lorraine Ali of Newsweek, “is more a hero among Islamophobes than Islamic women”.









From Abu Hurairah (radiyallaahu 'anhu) who said that Allah's Messenger (pbuh) said:

There will come upon the people years of deceit in which the liar will be believed, the truthful disbelieved, the treacherous will be trusted and the trustworthy held to be treacherous, and the despicable (ar-Ruwaybidah) will speak out. It was said: Who are the despicable ones (ar-Ruwaybidah)? He said: The lowly, ignoble man who speaks out about the public affairs.

4 comments:

Kashmiri Nomad said...

Oh Dr. M just leave her alone she is just such a cuddly little thing :)

MTAkbar said...

dammnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn...exposed lying scum...and her poor family dragged through the mud by her. She probably thought she would never be exposed...started believing her lies...

Liberal White Boy said...

Just checking to see if you were still out here.

Saggal said...

Although wikipedia simply states her father studied abroad, i actually think (unless am very mistaken)that he is a graduate of Cornell University -now does that sound like the downtrodden repressive background she claims for her family? How many nomadic families in Somalia send their sons to Ivy League institutions?!. And do they go straight from herding camels into higher education?