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Ayaan Hirsi Ali is an amazing woman.
Ali's story will likely be carefully, and eagerly, considered by Muslim women and those of us who want to understand Islam better, from a woman's point of view.
InfidelThis is a fascinating story by a courageous woman and gives us valuable insight into life in many Middle Eastern countries.
What an intelligent and brave woman and a gripping life story! Coming from the Muslim world (although I was lucky enough to grow up with Ataturk's secular guidance), I can follow... Read morePublished 1 day ago by EO
If This woman is an infidel we are all in trouble. She delves into her self with the truthful realization that she needs to learn. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Skip Smith
I read this fascinating book twice, about 5 years apart. It's remarkable and frightening that Ayaan's statements about the Muslim extremists have rung true. Read morePublished 4 days ago by margo grbinich-hunt
I am truly surprised that so many people take this as the truth about Islam. Just because an individual had a horrible cultural experience, it does not mean that it was a religious... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Hopeless
The first part of this book was interesting, but I could hardly get through the last quarter. In need of some serious editing. Learned a lot about Islam and Africa.Published 11 days ago by Maureen C. Schantz
This was a great book. It sure tells what it would be like to be a woman in the Muslim culture. She was very courageous telling all she knew and what she lived under.Published 11 days ago by sherrill roehrl