The memoir “Infidel” is phenomenal, Ms Ayaan Hirsi -her life is a message of courage. She followed her conscious, but what is ironic she has questioned the brutality of women ever since she was small girl, she knew something was not right.
She could have gone to Canada to marry a man she did not know under the pressure of her father and have life that would exist for her husband and her faith. She talk about the pros and cons of the Muslim faith, and how the people in Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Somalia, ect were different in their views and worship. Her story keeps you reading once I got started I could not put the book, every pain, joy, fear ect is detailed in this novel. The book flows and her life is a movie that comes alive, the book is excellent.
There is no stone unturned especially when she speaks about her family, the rejection of her father, the death of her sister, this was tragic. She speaks openly about the Dutch government, and how it affects the Muslim Faith.
Please show your support on 21June2012 at 6:30pm at the Augusta Richmond County Public Library 823 Telfair St, Augusta, GA 30901 we will be on the 3rd floor.
This is going to be an intense passionate discussion that will addresses women rights, religion, family, church ect. Please invite a friend or family member. This book club is for men and women.
I thank you in advance for your support and commitment to IYBC.