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Tolerance vs. Justice

Ayaan Hirsi Ali was born in Mogadishu, Somalia, was raised Muslim, and spent her childhood and young adulthood in Africa and Saudi Arabia. In 1992, Hirsi Ali came to the Netherlands as a refugee. She earned her college degree in political science and worked for the Dutch Labor party. She denounced Islam after the September 11 terrorist attacks and now serves as a Dutch parliamentarian, fighting for the rights of Muslim women in Europe, the enlightenment of Islam, and security in the West. More +

BBC HARDtalk - Part 1

BBC HARDtalk - Part 2

Causing Offense to Islam


Ayaan Hirsi Ali with Maajid Nawa

Alan Howard Foundation / JW3


Johnnie Moore  is the best-selling author of DEFYING ISIS: Preserving Christianity in the Place of It's Birth and In Your Own Backyard. He is a humanitarian who has been called one of the "world's most influential young leaders" and "a modern day Dietrich Bonhoeffer." The Vicar of Baghdad named him "one of America's foremost spokespersons for international religious freedom.  More +

Terrorism and the Persecuted Church


Wafa Sultan is a medical doctor who trained as a psychiatrist in Syria, and an American author and critic of Muslim society and Islam. She was named in Time Magazine in a list of 100 influential people in the world "whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world." Time stated that "Sultan's influence flows from her willingness to express openly critical views on Islamic extremism that are widely shared but rarely aired by other Muslims." More +

Free Speech Meeting, Copenhagen