Ayaan Hirsi Ali's Brandeis Speech
Here's what Ayaan Hirsi Ali planned to say at Brandeis University, had they not cowed to CAIR:
One year ago, the city and suburbs of Boston were still in mourning. Families who only weeks earlier had children and siblings to hug were left with only photographs and memories. Still others were hovering over bedsides, watching as young men, women, and children endured painful surgeries and permanent disfiguration. All because two brothers, radicalized by jihadist websites, decided to place homemade bombs in backpacks near the finish line of one of the most prominent events in American sports, the Boston Marathon. All of you in the Class of 2014 will never forget that day and the days that followed. You will never forget when you heard the news, where you were, or what you were doing. And when you return here, 10, 15 or 25 years from now, you will be reminded of it. The bombs exploded just 10 miles from this campus. I read an article recently that said many adults don't remember much from before the age of 8. That means some of your earliest childhood memories may well be of that September morning simply known as "9/11." You deserve better memories than 9/11 and the Boston Marathon bombing.Her very last comments in the speech (not included above) are the real kicker. Read it all. (Hat Tip: Jihad Watch) Related:
University Withdraws Honorary Degree For Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Posted by: Valerie at April 12, 2014 09:30 AM
Posted by: The Sanity Inspector at April 12, 2014 12:42 PM
Posted by: Shadowman at April 12, 2014 09:48 PM
In other words, their action may end up having precisely the *opposite* effect to that intended.
This speech has now been imbued with even *more* significance than it would have had otherwise.
Posted by: Shadowman at April 12, 2014 09:52 PM
CAIR is a thug organization of a thug religion that needs to be exposed. Ms Ali speaks the truth and they can't stand it.
Posted by: PaterNovem at April 13, 2014 12:50 AM
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