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Hirsi Ali, an outspoken critic and victim of Islam for female genital mutilation, urged those in the West, including states, to unite against tenets of Sharia Law, which call for the punishment she and Ibrahim faced, as they did against South Africa’s apartheid in the 1980s and 1990s.
“It’s not a dichotomy -- it's not like black and white between having boots on the ground versus doing nothing,” Hirsi Ali said. “Remember apartheid -- we stopped it through writing books, writing, through songs, through trade boycotts, through diplomacy. We were united as a -- just not America but the West and all moral countries to say it is unacceptable to divide humanity to blacks and whites and what are we seeing with Sharia? We’re seeing it in Brunei. We’re seeing it in Sudan. We know it in our lives, Saudi Arabia and others. On grounds of, you know … we are not taking the positions, the moral positions that we need to and we're not fighting that moral positions with the tools we have.”
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