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in response to reader comment: AYAAN HIRSI ALI, WHO WAS BORN IN A TRIBAL CLAN FAMILY IN SOMALI, BECAME A REFUGEE IN HOLLAND & SOLD HER CONSCIENCE FOR A SMALL MONETARY BENEFIT.

Submitted by anoymous (Australia), Sep 27, 2010 at 10:32

Foolish woman she is, despite her reasonable biography. I can't believe I'm almost sympathize with her, well ya Allah, she's a human being. But what i dislike her the most is that her adopted homeland is the one ruin my ancestors of Indonesia for many years. Even though Islam teaches forgiveness just like other religions but I had the grudge against the Dutch for humiliating my ancestors.

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