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1. Ayaan Hirsi Ali

The founder of the Dutch Freedom Party, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, is one of the world's most outspoken women and a fierce advocate for a more modern, free-thinking Islamic world. She is also a woman of extraordinary character, who has fought against the very forces that are attempting sex dating bristol to destroy her nation, and who has also fought against prejudice and oppression for years. Hirsi Ali is an expert in Islam, who holds an MBA from the University of Amsterdam and has lived for most of her adult life in the Netherlands. This article is about the famous vivastreet pakistani Dutch politician and author of several best-selling books on Islam. Read more about Ayaan Hirsi Ali:

2. Jafar Im-Silk, (Born on December 7, 1942, in Iran)

Jafar Im-Silk is a prominent Muslim political leader from Iran. He is a member of Iran's parliament and former president. Jafar Im-Silk has a unique combination of experience and intelligence. He is the founder of Iran's first independent media, the "Empowering Youth," which he founded to promote Islamic values and to advocate freedom of the press, religion, and thought. His views on the international conflict between the west and Islam is the same as that of many Muslims and the American administration, which he has criticized. He has called for a peaceful solution to the crisis, and has even visited the White House several times. Jafar Im-Silk is a member of the Supreme National Assembly sweedish men of Iran and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, the military wing of the Islamic Republic. He has stated that his religion is Islam and that he is not a Muslim but a Muslimean and a Muslimean man. Jafar Im-Silk is the editor-in-chief of the Tehran Times and has contributed to the Middle East Quarterly, the Huffington Post and other publications. He is also the author of "Muslimeen: The Rise of an Iranian Icon." You can read more about him here.

[Update on January 25, 2012] The New York Times quoted a friend of Im-Silk's who said:

"I asked him what he meant by being a muslimean, and he told me that he was a Muslimean because he did not convert to Christianity in Iran in 1979, as Christians are supposed to. And he is not Christian, or a Muslim. But he does not believe in any particular religion or sect. He just feels, for whatever reason, that Islam is the only way to God. In his case, he had no other choice, because he had no one to love him. He could have kept his identity in Iran, and that would have meant not having to do any work, which is what he has done for many years."

[Update on January 27, 2012] Im-Silk is now living in Pakistan with her family and a young daughter. She has been working as uae girls a freelance journalist. She writes for the Guardian, the Independent, and the Huffington Post. Her last story was on "The Jihadis who want to be the next Tony Blair".

Im-Silk describes how her life has changed in recent years:

"I have a new job as a freelancer. This means I have to write and edit stories. The first one I wrote was a post about Muslim women who have become leaders in Australia's refugee intake. I don't edmonton muslim have a problem with this – it's part of my job. But the post got a lot of traction on social media, and I'm worried it may have contributed to the current immigration debate. There are several reasons for this. The main one is that, despite my efforts, my indian matrimonial sites in canada article was not written with a woman in mind. It is written entirely for a man. This is not an issue of diversity – the majority of my readers are men. That said, there are other problems with this article.

My main concern is that the author does not even discuss the problem of sexual assault on women. This is an important and very important issue. It should be discussed, and I wish this article had been. I would have loved to have a more complete and well-written discussion of this problem. I also want to make clear that I don't believe all muslim men are rapists, and I think all women are raped, even if that may be a difficult thing to say to some of my readers. However, in my experience, the men I know who are rapists are mostly not the guys who make the headlines on the news. Most are more concerned with their own self-esteem. In other words, they want their man to be happy, but are also not interested in actually doing anything to improve the situation. The men who are rapists are the ones that the media talks about, and most of the time their actions are not even acknowledged, much less punished. They know they can just be quiet and be "not that type of man", and that's the end of it. The media is not in a position to educate the public about these crimes because they would be forced to admit the problem and face public scorn. It's up to you to understand and change what your society is doing wrong. There is no good reason why the muslim women should be raped. They are not rapists, and they are not asking for it, but they deserve to be treated the same as any other man.

I was talking about why these women are "asking for it", not because I am some kind of moral crusader, but because it's what these women are feeling, and what they are going through. I wanted to explain to you why they want to be raped. As a woman, I have had to deal with a lot of things my whole life. When I was 16 I was a victim of sexual assault.