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People justifiably gets very worked up about these arguments and about a tax and free speech but no one in America's had to deal with the debate at the level.
That this woman -- surname is high on her see Ali.
I on you've been critical of Islam and because of things you've said people want to kill you walk.
I think it's kind of a slam because I was -- up with Islam.
And I know that that thousands and millions of good Muslims but I also know that in the name of Islam people -- beheaded.
People got killed women -- oppressed and all I wanted to do was content to the arguments within Islamic -- putting that's I also.
In telephone NN television interview.
Confess that I know uncle as a Muslim and those elements that I was pointing to those individuals using -- -- -- wants to kill me.
Those -- words by themselves were enough that you now have to live with bodyguards.
Yes if you -- a Muslim and you need Islam.
It's the obligation.
Of every Muslim to come off -- -- and -- you fortunate thing for me.
And father of post its of Islam not every Muslim wants to tennis but -- -- and -- -- and it's very important that we discussed that.
And let's just.
Give a little bit of your history you grew up and Somalia.
Devout Muslim family your father wanted to marry you off to a Canadian man but on my -- -- And on the wave there you stopped in Germany -- -- And I left Germany and instead of going to Canada I went to the Netherlands and I asked for asylum.
For me that was the -- that.
To what a life and the society.
That -- which the moral code was not Islamic and I liked it.
And in the Netherlands you read John Stuart -- -- you learn about a different life.
You were eventually elected to parliament.
And you made a movie -- if van Gogh or relative of the painter and.
He'll find out what happened while some other personal with the movie was about it's pointed to the fastest in the car run that's.
You know command or justify the beating of -- the the flogging off women -- -- -- women and -- questions.
And we wanted to continue to the debates in a nonviolent way by taking these scripts and putting it on the bodies of women.
What happened is that's a Muslim -- decided this sort of after the movie was made after the movie was made.
A man named Mohammed bullying was offended because he felt that we -- the Kona.
Taking something this whole fiasco I think presses and putting it on the shut this off a female skin that is considered to be in fuel and -- -- And he went off the -- from -- surveillance him.
He shot swing and he stabbed him and on his buddy he left me and that's -- -- -- use saying you were the one you really wanted to kill.
I was the one he really wanted to kill that I was conspiring with the Jews he had a long list of things that I had done -- but -- so was.
Structured in the way a hot toys structured and he came to the conclusion that it's logical (%expletive) That I was next in should be killed she had beheaded and killed a few -- Eventually you left Holland why America.
A Mecca for me like Minneapolis is the land of opportunity and the land of freedom and that's -- it was an opportunity for me.
Because I didn't want them to be moved from place to place.
My name this in the Netherlands links to content had been evicted from my house.
And life that was created fifteen green funny and I came here -- such fit.
Be clear they had to evicted because the security that was necessary to protect you.
Intruded on -- -- They felt that -- included on their lives even though I have protection I had police protection I felt that the -- actually became safe and they complete their bicycles.
Unblock some but from best.
From that perspective I was affect who then my proximity was -- to them.
And they won backs that in courts and but that would then -- mean mean.
To resume life.
I'm going from one safe house to the next.
When I came to the United States funded so that the American enterprise institute and I -- him I can think -- and publish you in the move for me.
Though it's not perfect here there are some people here who don't -- -- speak and you still have your body go.
Well that individuals again who feel that they following in the example of the Prophet Mohammed.
If they kill people like me.
And I do the sensible rational thing to achieve span work within the payment is off yes body -- all.
And so my freedom is -- -- that's still.
I'm alive and I feel that I am free and I feel that I take back in these debates.
Without having to fear for my life and the way that I would if I did not happen.
I should add to the audience that she's written two books about her experience is now in Fidel was the first and now the new one nomad which.
Reflects your life.
Yes and I -- to experiment.
That -- title is from Islam to America and I tried to.
Islamic values and American values -- to what's sexuality violence and money.
And at the end of the book I tried to make some recommendations on how we -- compete.
-- that radical Islamic.
-- What I hear complaints in the book is about American feminists not standing -- to people who want to censor you and refute what you say about the treatment of women.
Yeah I mean I -- a great deal on -- Americans some of the American feminists feel strongly about for instance another -- For instance all of men golf tournaments being open to women stuff like that.
And that honor killings in this in the United States that gulls -- going from school.
That is female urgent need to listen whether jungles of the child about the age of five was six is -- -- this is done in the name of religion this is done in the name culture.
And I -- thinking yeah.
America -- that is rare situation following act in America.
At Scripps College.
Woman got up and said who the -- gives you the right to talk about his -- To which a young red headed guy who was at the end of the line very filing from the Mike yelled back of class amendment.
And I find that inciting and the time I must -- -- have gives you.
The -- to talk about Islam or anything I just was the -- -- --
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