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Hirsi Ali: Islamic terrorists 'act out of conviction'

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali first rose to prominence in the UK after the murder of Dutch film maker Theo Van Gogh, who's controversial film Submission, based on her script, provoked the ire of some Islamist groups.

Ms Ali, who is a Somalian refugee and a former Dutch MP, comments on Islamic extremism and discusses her new book, Nomad.


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