Bruce Bawer & Hege Storhaug in Ottawa - June 8th
June 8, 2011, 7 PM
Library and Archives Canada
Admission $20 ($10 for students/seniors)
Please join us for an amazing evening when Bruce Bawer returns to Ottawa with his colleague Hege Storhaug to speak on the problems of immigration in Europe.
Hege Storhaug is the information director of Human Rights Service in Norway and the author of several books on immigration and integration, forced marriage, women in Pakistan, and related subjects.
Bruce Bawer is an internationally-acclaimed author, whose recent book is "Surrender: Appeasing Islam, Sacrificing Freedom". and here are some short reviews:
"Bruce Bawer has yet again written an excellent book....I truly hope that it will serve as an eye-opener for everyone."
“Written with an urgency and clarity that makes it hard to stop reading and re-reading it. It should be studied by all who wish to understand the forces at work in the West that make an Islamic ‘House of Peace’ a brewing nightmare.”
Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Bruce has translated Hege's new book, "But the Greatest of These Is Freedom: The Consequences of Immigration in Europe."
The authorized English translation of the explosive Norwegian bestseller about the consequences of immigration in Europe.
From Norwegian and Danish reviews:
“A necessary and brave book.”
Henrik Gade Jensen, JYLLANDS-POSTEN
“A sharp and necessary book, one of the most important of the season.”
Lars Saabye Christensen
“A painful but necessary book to read. It is the most important contribution ever to the Norwegian immigration and integration debate….It should be obligatory reading for everyone who works with foreigners in Norway.”
Tore Andreas Larsen, FREMSKRITT
“If Hege Storhaug’s revelations about how our country and other Western societies are being attacked by Islamic fundamentalists…are not taken seriously by the powerful politicians, we will, within a few years, see a different, illiberal European in which a mentality out of the Middle Ages will wield absolute power…..One of the most important opinion books that have come along in recent years.”\
Oddbjørn Solstad, DRAMMENS TIDENDE
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