It is a crime to remain silent in the face of evil, it is said. Thus, I am speaking up and urging other good men and women to raise their resonant voices while they can before they are brutally silenced by the ever-creeping Islamofascism.

-- Amil Imani


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2011-08-04 04:19:12
 

A Message to the People of Norway

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“Children of Adam are akin to members of a body; if a member suffers, thus suffers the entire body,” a Persian poet (Sa’di) expressed it best, centuries ago. 

We Iranians and Iranian-Americans are deeply saddened by the savage action of a deranged individual (Anders Behring Breivik) who, on a rampage of rage, took the life of members of our human family in Norway.

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2011-07-29 03:59:27
 

A Conversation with Journalist Lisa Daftari

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Introduction: Since the fraudulent June 12th, 2009 Presidential Election in the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), an increasingly emboldened opposition, the Green Movement, has arisen to demand the overthrow of the IRI. The Green Movement refuses to desist from launching massive street protests in Tehran, and other major Iranian cities. All this is occurring despite violence wreaked upon thousands of valiant regime opponents by the ruling Mullahs and President Ahmadinejad.

To explore these emerging revolutionary prospects in Iran, I turned to Lisa Daftari, an Iranian-American award-winning journalist with expertise in counterterrorism and the Middle East, particularly in Iranian affairs. Daftari has been in the forefront of communicating the important views of the Iranian opposition via her brilliant writing and commentary, as well as facilitating communications from within Iran to the world media.

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2011-06-28 03:12:29
 

The Death of One Osama

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“Bin Laden is Killed,” headlines blanketed the world, a few days ago. Many  rejoiced and felt justice was served while a few mourned the mass murderer’s demise. Celebration and mourning aside, the fact is that the death of one demon does not mark the end of the evil of Islamism. In the same way that it is in the nature of swamps to breed mosquitoes, Islam is the incubator of jihadist mass murderers.

In a statement, Al-Qaeda has praised the “sheikh” as a hero by proclaiming shamelessly: where else would one expect a warrior of Allah be martyred other than on the battlefield? Some kind of battlefield, indeed. The sheikh was battling from the trenches of a million dollar mansion in the secure bosom of the duplicitous Pakistani military, served by a raft of servants, and living with only three of his wives while dispatching homicide bombers to Allah’s paradise where seventy-two virgins, as promised in the Quran and Hadith, are breathlessly awaiting the arrival of the fools who have carried out mass murder on Allah’s behalf.

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2011-05-12 18:56:15
 

Dear Rep. King: Forget 'Radical' -- Islam is the Culprit

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Republican Congressman Peter King has strengthened his security in the wake of "hostile phone calls" and threats from overseas, as he is getting ready to chair a hearing on Islamic radicalization in the United States today.

The Congressman's hearing on this important issue, though much overdue, is perhaps the first step towards recognizing that Islam is the culprit, not radical Islam.  Islam by its mere existence is radical. "There is no moderate or immoderate Islam. Islam is Islam and that's it," said Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and he's absolutely right.

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2011-03-10 16:09:29
 

Islamic Justice: Justice Par Excellance

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I was walking my two puppies, fully focused on the job of making sure I clean up after them, like a good neighbor should, when someone bumped into me, knocked me to the ground and yelled, “Watch where’re you going. You blind?”

I turned around to apologize, when I saw my friend doubled-up laughing. “You sure have a sense of humor. I almost cracked my head against the puppies’ mailbox,” pointing to the fire hydrant.

“Puppies’ mailbox,” he stopped laughing long enough to ask.

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2011-02-12 20:01:35