Ayaan Hirsi Ali – who called on Australia to close Muslim schools – CANCELS her tour for ‘security reasons’

Prominent Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali has abruptly cancelled her tour of Australia and pulled out of appearing on the ABC’s Q&A program for security reasons.

The Somali-born writer and former Dutch politician, who has called for Islamic schools in Australia to be closed down and campaigns against female genital mutilation, had been due to appear as a guest on the panel alongside former Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

Her cancellation came after sharia law supporters circulated a petition calling for her tour to be stopped and the Australian Federal Police investigates Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir saying ex-Muslims deserved to be killed.

An ABC Television spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia Ms Ali had abruptly cancelled her appearance at the Sydney studios scheduled for Monday night.

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  • “Federal Police investigates Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir saying ex-Muslims deserved to be killed.”

    Simply stated – a group you cannot quit without worrying about being killed is a cult.

  • barryjr

    The goat fuckers have won and we are too stupid to realize it. You have PM Shithead and his nazi loving M103 here in Canada now this in Australia. The greatest civilization in history is about to be over run by a gang of violent pedophile worshipping death cult thugs that has never contributed a single thing to civilization. Even the great “Arab number” system was stolen from the Hindus. The only claim to fame for these animals is their ignorance and ability to con idiots.

  • She should give her talk at an undisclosed location and spread it all over Youtube or some similar media service.

  • Watchman

    I suspect that the anti-Hirsi Ali ‘protest’ organisation contacted all the venues saying that the was a high likelihood of violence and damage at the speaking venue. As a result I suspect that the venues declined to honour the bookings out of a fear that their businesses would be trashed.

    It’s also possible that the Australian Section 18C laws might have been invoked during her tour to ensnare Ayaan Hirsi Ai and her organisers in a multi-year long lawfare battle under this law. Recently a former university student recently escaped this law after being sued for A$250,000 for a Facebook post saying “Fighting discrimination with discrimination” after being denied access to a computer lab reserved for indigenous students.

  • Flame

    Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir named as a terrorist organization in Europe and UK, but not in Australia.
    Looks like Australia unable to control its Muslims.
    Media in Australia briefly reported about cancelation speaking tour in Australia without mentioned security THREATS FROM Muslims.
    Media and governments ARE THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE.