Thursday, April 22, 2010

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on CNN: Religion, Violence & South Park


April 21, 2010
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to author Ayaan Hirsi Ali about an Islamic website's warning to the "South Park" creators.

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  1. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥April 22, 2010 at 1:01 AM

    Finally....the Coop gets pissed. 8-)  

    I loved Hirsi´s reaction when Anderson mentioned Buddha snorting coccaine.
    I almost spurted out Earl Grey onto the monitor myself.

    I have yet to see the SoPa episode but I wonder if the bear reference has anything to do with the Teddy incident in Sudan? ;)  

    From care bear to dare bear, eh!

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  2. <span>Ayaan FTW! Is it possible to love her any more?!</span>

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  3. @Blake No. No it's not. She's the single most loveable person on the face of the earth. There are none who can be loved more. She has reached the limit for being loved.

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  4. Wow Ayaan Hirsi is very much right. The way to stop this is to have too many people to send death threats to and to voice the need for freedom of expression. I hope something like that happens. Just like the blasphemy laws in Ireland, this is messed up.

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  5. Having seen her too often on Dutch TV in the past.
    I think she's very much overrated.

    Lucy

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  6. And she's part of AEI, which I'm not really much of a fan at all.

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  7. That makes some of us love her even more :)

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  8. tret and matt are real heroes

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  9. Personally I cannot decide if AEI is a think thank or a mental institution.

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  10. I agree with Ayaan Hirsi, by everyone standing up to bullies the bully is made impotent.

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  11. <span>Although it is from last year, I think you may find this book review useful. The author comes from a Muslim perspective and reviews her works. The link is here ... it is good to hear other opinions and ideas. http://loga-abdullah.blogspot.com/2008/11/defending-our-diin-ayaan-hirsi-ali.html
     Hope you find it interesting.</span>

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