Scroll to the bottom of the petition and take a look at what the petitioners do for a living. They seem not yet to have grasped that the (un-Islamic) freedom Australia gives them to pursue their careers is the same (un-Islamic) freedom that Ayaan Hirsi Ali has to speak. Nevertheless, let us not be churlish here. They are not living in an Islamic society and are able to organise petitions. It is a progress of a sort, even if they don’t get it.
It’s also an interesting phenomenon of Western Muslim women ascribing their freedoms to Islam, rather than the free environments in which they find themselves. Why do they find it necessary to defend Islam, even to make fools of themselves doing so? To me, this again points to that weird identity: Muslim.