Hirsi Ali does and excellent job at breaking down the issue of radical Islam in the 21st century for a Western audience, who might not otherwise be familiar with the problems that it may pose. She gives a perspective from her own life in Somalia, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Kenya, The Netherlands, and America. Having been exposed to a broad array of diverse cultures, her heterodox views seem more legitimate as she speaks of the urgency with which the West needs to address the religious, and socio-economic toils of Eastern Islamic countries. She tells her own story of how she was raised as a Muslim, as well as the stories of her family and friends. This is necessary reading for anyone who wants to better understand Islam in our world today.
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