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Ayaan Hirsi Ali leaves Dutch Parliament



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May 16, 2006



Dutch Member of Parliament Ayaan Hirsi Ali has announced she will leave parliament, after Minister of Immigration and Integration Rita Verdonk announced that Hirsi Ali never obtained Dutch citizenship.


In a press conference an emotional Ayaan Hirsi Ali announced that she will leave parliament and move to the United States to work with the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute in September after reaching a deal with US authorities concerning her security. Originally she was to have moved to the USA in May of 2007.


The direct reason for Hirsi Ali's departure, is that Minister for Immigration and Integration and fellow party-member, Rita Verdonk has announced that Hirsi Ali never obtained Dutch citizenship, because she lied in her application for refugee status in the Netherlands. She claimed to be a refugee directly from war-torn Somalia and to have only narrowly escaped the threat of forced marriage. In fact, she had held a refugee status in Kenya at the time. She also lied about her name and date of birth.


These facts, which Hirsi Ali previously divulged, were reported last Thursday (11 May 2006) by the Dutch television program "Zembla". She had already informed the public of these aspects of the story of her immigration to the Netherlands as early as September 2002 in an interview in the political magazine HP/De Tijd.


Media speculations arose that she could lose her Dutch Citizenship because of this 'identity fraud', rendering her ineligible for Parliament. In a first reaction Minister Rita Verdonk said she would not look into the matter, but after Member of Parliament Hilbrand Nawijn insisted, she declared that she would investigate Hirsi Ali's naturalisation process. This investigation took three days. The findings were that Hirsi Ali never received Dutch citizenship after all, because she lied about her name and date of birth. She stated that she was Ayaan Hirsi Ali, born in 1967, but she's actually Ayaan Hirsi Magan, born in 1969. Therefore the Dutch government's position is that Hirsi Ali never received Dutch citizenship.


On May 16, Hirsi Ali resigned from Parliament after admitting lying on her asylum application. Hirsi Ali has announced that she will move to the United States in September 2006. There she will work on finishing her book Shortcut to Enlightenment and working for the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute. In a reaction, former VVD-leader Hans Wiegel stated that her departure "would not be a loss to the VVD and not be a loss to the Tweede Kamer". Wiegel said that Hirsi Ali was a brave woman, but that her standpoints were polarizing. Former parliamentary leader of the VVD, Jozias van Aartsen, was more positive about Hirsi Ali, saying that it is "painful for Dutch society and politics that she is leaving the Tweede Kamer".


Ayaan Hirsi Ali has been a member of parliament for the liberal Dutch People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD) and is known for her controversial positions on the relationship between women and islam.


European Commissioner Neelie Kroes withdraws her support for Rita Verdonk in the race of presidency of their party in favour of Mark Rutte.





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Comments:
Wouldn't the Dutch Minister of Immigration, just explain how much racism against Islam and Arabs in the Netherlands, to the extent of electing a Non-Dutch to the Dutch Parliament ...

Didn't the racism of the Dutch ... and their sickening preversion too ... blind them from just checking if someone is Dutch , first , before electing to their "nether" parliament !!!

Or ... Wasn't Iyan Hirsi the Most Dutch Dutchess in the Netherland ?

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quote of the day : "" Love makes you blind ... but racism makes stupid :) ""
 
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