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Ayaan Hirsi Ali
The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast
The Ayaan Hirsi Ali Podcast is a home for critical thinking and common sense. Critical thinking, objective truth and free speech have always been under assault. Ayaan will talk to amazing people who have given a lot of thought to these issues. Some of her guests will surprise you. Some of the topics we’ll be covering are ones she's never approached before. What all Ayaan's guests will have in common is a passion for free inquiry and speech. They are not afraid to explore different perspectives, even if it means challenging their own assumptions, or violating cultural taboos. You, the...
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4.8 stars from 937 ratings
Tremendous show about crime with Refael Mangual. Fascinating and important issues and conversation throughout.
Gnome chopper via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/26/22
Truly the voice of reason
I have been following Ayaan Hirsi Ali since she was still living and working in the Netherlands and her calm wisdom was and is greatly appreciated. Whenever I feel a bit gloomy about the human condition, her books and podcasts bring solace.
Karl Laurent via Apple Podcasts · Belgium · 07/22/22
Discussion with Ian Rowe
I thoroughly enjoyed today’s discussion with Ian Rowe. When the two of you spoke of children raised in single parent households turning into adults who do not want the same for themselves I thought, yes, yes, yes! I can’t help but notice all of my well meaning friends who came from intact...Read full review »
Michele listening in Pa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/22
Recent Episodes
Ayaan speaks with Sylvia Bennett-Stone about violence in America, the importance of community, the Black Lives Matter movement, and our flawed criminal justice system. Finally, they discuss how to find purpose after losing a child? Sylvia Bennett-Stone serves as the Executive Director of the...
Published 09/30/22
Ayaan speaks with Rafael about his childhood, violent crime, the breakdown of family, antisocial behavior, and rehabilitation. They also discuss Rafael’s new book Criminal (In)justice, a critique of our increasingly radical criminal justice reform movement. Finally, how do we remind Americans of...
Published 07/26/22
Published 07/26/22
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