An interview with Yasmine Mohammed, ex-wife of an Al Qaeda terrorist

listen 14/05/2020

Yasmine Mohammed grew up in Canada, in a fundamentalist Muslim household.

She was forced into a marriage with a member of Al Qaeda and a jihadi, who’s marriage to her had been arranged to help ease his entry into North America.

She eventually escaped the horror of that marriage, and calls herself an “ex-Muslim”.

She’s author of the book “Unveiled: How Western Liberals Empower Radical Islam” and become an outspoken advocate for debate around what the muslim religion truly means for women, and how the West can actually add to the harm it causes it’s own followers.

Ryan spoke to her recently, where she describes she has been criticised for speaking out about Muslim religion.

Listen to the full interview below.