Former Iranian muslim and outspoken critic of Islam and its barbaric sharia, Amil Imani, penned an article today lauding the efforts of Understanding the Threat (UTT) and its founder John Guandolo in the American Thinker.
In the war of survival against militant Islam, there are very few people in this country who truly understand the ideology and are willing to fight back. One such individual is former FBI agent John Guandolo, a tireless patriot who works around the clock to train the law enforcement officers, including local police, sheriff departments and the “FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force agent/officers who were absolutely unaware of the massive jihadist program in place in our communities before his training sessions.”
Guandolo is articulate and speaks with authority. He is doing what our elected officials should have been doing years ago.
“By knowing the doctrine driving the enemy — sharia (Islamic Law) — and by understanding the Islamic network in the United States, their modus operandi, how they communicate their intentions, and how they interact with their Marxist collaborators, professionals can conduct predictive analysis and understand real-world events in ways nobody else can.”
The liberal West, with its heads firmly encased in the cocoon of liberalism — the idea of live and let live — fail to see that Islam is anathema to its very existence. Muslim sects do not grant even each other a modicum of tolerance. Muslims kill each other on a daily basis, all in the name of Islam. They vie with one another to convert the world to their form of caliphate. They do all this while also taking advantage of non-Muslim naiveté and destroy the God-given gift of liberty.
As a person who has lived through Islam and was able to escape it and a coworker of the same cause as Guandolo, I salute this courageous defender of freedom.
Read the complete article HERE.
UTT thanks Amil Imani for his courage to continue to speak truth boldly about the Islamic threat to America, and openly support Understanding the Threat and our team.