In her new book, Ayaan Hirsi Ali argues the rise of Islamist extremism presents moderate Muslims with an opportunity for reformThey call her "controversial". But she shouldn't be. Not for what she says: of which she knows well, having been brought up a Muslim, having undergone FGM, been married off at the age of a minor, and having seen through all this to a fine and thoughtful critique of the tenets of Islam (The Trinity of Islam).
She comes up with five reforms that Islam needs to go through to be able to live in 21st century society. They're logical, though tough. Especially the non-literal reading of the Koran, for that's blasphemy to the majority of Muslims, even the "Mecca Muslims" she identifies as the most "moderate", or even "dissident".
It's an interesting interview with Maclean's magazine in Canada, a magazine that's not been scared to scrutinise Islam.