Just back from a not-so-private private view of Urban Islam, where I was mistaken for the ambassador of Macedonia (no offence to Macedonians, I hope). The exhibition presents statements & backgrounds of young muslims from places as different as Switzerland, Morocco, Senegal, Suriname & Turkey. But it was a big disappointment to me: Although the concept originates from the Netherlands with its recent history of islamistic violence, there doesn't seem to be a single line of criticism about Islam in it. Please let me know if you find one! The website appears to reflect the actual exhibition fairly accurately.
In order to compensate for that lack of a critical attitude, here is today's BBC interview (via her blog) with dutch MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali.