2015 Books to Watch | Bookworld Heretic by Ayaan Hirsi Ali Ayaan Hirsi Ali, author of bestselling Infidel, is sure to create further controversy when her topical new book hits shelves in May. Subtitled “Why Islam Must Change to Join the Modern World” Ali, long a critic of political Islam and its treatment of women, looks at the early protests against political Islam by those such as Malala, and asks what and how long it will take to achieve a reformation.
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