Woman’s fight against genital mutilation, honor killing gets big boost from Google boss | Fox News.
Woman’s fight against genital mutilation, honor killing gets big boost from Google boss
By Brooke Singman
Published May 26, 2015
‘Kelly File’ special: Defying the sword
Ayaan Hirsi Ali is an internationally known women’s rights advocate and a best-selling author, but now she has some Silicon Valley muscle behind her in her battle to end two of radical Islam’s most barbaric practices.
Ali, a Somali-born activist who went on to become a member of the Dutch parliament and now lives in the U.S., won over Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, along with his personal pledge of $100,000, in her fight to put a stop to female genital mutilation and honor killings.
“I don’t see…