Yale’s Buckley Program going ahead with Hirsi Ali presentation despite attempts to stifle by Muslim students

After Brandeis University canceled her scheduled oratory, because of complaints by representatives of Muslim hit squad CAIR, Yale’s William Buckley Program is sticking to its guns & will go ahead with Ali’s planned arrival.

Bruce Thornton writes,

The William F. Buckley Program at Yale University lately showed bravery unusual for an academic institution. It has refused to be bullied by the Muslim Students Association and its demand that the Buckley Program rescind an invitation to Ayaan Hirsi Ali to speak on campus September 15. Hirsi Ali is the vocal Somalian critic of Islamic doctrine whose life has been endangered for condemning the theologically sanctioned oppression of women in Islamic culture. Unlike Brandeis University, which recently rescinded an honorary degree to be given to Hirsi Ali after complaints from the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the Buckley Program rejected both the MSA’s initial demand, and a follow up one that Hirsi Ali share the stage with one of her critics.

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