Amil Imani, an Iranian by birth, tells his story that now includes Islamic subversion in America:
Never in my wildest dreams did I envision that our modern and beautiful country, Iran, would fall into the hands of Muslim extremists who did not possess one iota of humanity. Never in my wildest dream did I envision that I would likely never see the country of my birth again. During my teenage years in Iran, life was full of joy, excitement, and happiness. Iran was a developing country. Despite its rapid growth and the obstacles it faced, almost all Iranians lived in a fairy tale. Life was beautiful, and dreams were real. Many of us were living in a real Iranian dream — until the resurrection of the evil ideology of Islam by vile men of Allah. In 1979, the Iranian dream turned to four decades of Islamic nightmares.
From that young age, I deeply despised Islam and everything that came with it. I never saw it as a divine religion or a spiritual path. I had enough sense in me to do my own research. I found more than I was looking for.
The first thing I learned was that Islam is an invader and the enemy of humanity. Violence and blood are at the core of this ideology of hate. I made myself a promise that once I grew up, I would do everything within my power to expose this fraud of a religion.
When the revolution began, I was one of the lucky ones who was accepted and moved to the United States to continue my education, far away from Islam. Little did I know that Islam would follow me here!
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I believe that the jihadist ideology in the 21st century represents a far greater threat to Western democracies than the communist ideology represented in the 20th century. The link between the two ideologies is that both are totalitarian and subversive.
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