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2. Wafa Sultan 媧法蘇丹(Wiki介紹)

Wafa Sultan 生於敘利亞, 媧法是一個替穆斯林女性爭權益的作家, 今年(2006)被時代雜誌選為年度100個改變世界的人"The People Who Shape Our World" 請看曹常青的一位震驚世界的阿拉伯女性及他的媧法舌戰伊斯蘭神學士的中文字幕影片.

3. Brigitte Gabriel (Wiki介紹)

美麗的Brigitte是新聞記者及作家, 黎巴嫩人, 1965年生. 看她在"Heritage Foundation"慷慨激昂的,呼籲美國穆斯林出來譴責恐怖主義的,演說吧. CNN Source "Muslims Author Prevented from Speaking at Brown" "Muslims are often accused of not speaking out sufficiently against terrorism. Nonie Darwish knows one reason why: Their fellow Muslims won't let them. Darwish, who comes from Egypt and was born and raised a Muslim, was set to tell students at Brown University about the twisted hatred and radicalism she grew to despise in her own culture. A campus Jewish group, Hillel, had contacted her to speak there Thursday. But the event was just called off. Muslim students had complained that Darwish was "too controversial." They insisted she be denied a platform at Brown, and after contentious debate Hillel agreed. Weird: No one had said boo about such Brown events as a patently anti-Israel "Palestinian Solidarity Week." But Hillel said her "offensive" statements about Islam "alarmed" the Muslim Student Association, and Hillel didn't want to upset its "beautiful relationship" with the Muslim community. Plus, Brown's women's center backed out of co-sponsoring the event, even though it shares Darwish's concerns about the treatment of women. Reportedly, part of the problem was that Darwish had no plans to condemn Israel for shooting Arab women used by terrorists as human shields, or for insufficiently protecting Israeli Arab wives from their husbands. In plugging their ears to Darwish, Brown's Muslim students proved her very point: Muslims who attempt constructive self-criticism are quickly and soundly squelched - by other Muslims. "
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