Infidel - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Ayaan Hirsi Ali
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Epilogue Summary and Analysis

This is a brief ending, which takes the reader quickly through the investigation into Ayaan's right to Dutch citizenship. She knows that she lied, but feels that she has allowed that to be public knowledge since she entered public life. Under political pressure, Rita Verdonk, the head of the Ministry of Justice, began an official investigation into her asylum case. She is found to have lied and her citizenship is void and she has six weeks to respond.

Ayaan's citizenship was left intact, as she traveled promoting her first book in the US, and made several declarations about her legally being allowed to use the name Ali. She was decided to take a position with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, which she claims was on her mind before her citizenship was brought into question.

Ayaan finishes the book with a...

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