It’s not “Islamophobic” to stand up for the rights of women in the Muslim world.
We previously covered the revocation of Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s invitation to be the Commencement speaker at Brandeis University as part of a larger effort to brand the defense of women’s rights in the Muslim world as “Islamophobic”:
- Honor Diaries: The silence of Western feminists is deafening
- Ayaan Hirsi Ali – The silence of Western feminists is still deafening
- Brandeis failure: Supporting women’s rights matters most when it’s politically difficult
- Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s almost Brandeis speech
In a video released by Americans for Peace and Tolerance, Chloe Valdary explains why it is important to speak out for abused women even when it is not politically correct:
One has to wonder, again, at the silence of Western feminists.DONATE
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