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Dorrie O'Brien and Amil Imani Speaking in Mason March 11th
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 • Posted February 27, 2014

Due to the fact that last month’s meeting was cancelled because of weather the Oak Initiative of Mason is once again inviting the public to hear freelance editor, publisher, and advocate of the pro-American Law for American Courts, Dorrie O’Brien. We have a second speaker this month and that is Amil Imani. The meeting is set for Tuesday, March 11, 6:30 p.m. at the Eckert Civic Center, 1024 McKinley in Mason. Contact: Vicki Enrigue,

About Dorrie O’Brien

Ms. O’Brien is the Co-Director for the State of Texas for ACT! For American since 2011. She is a graduate of the Strategic Engagement Group for the Study of Islamic Doctrine in Washington, D.C.

Dorrie travels across Texas teaching at many schools, civic and church groups. She will be working on a new project this year with the Truth in Texas Textbooks.

About Amil Imani

Family Security Contributing Editor Amil Imani is an Iranian-American writer, poet, satirist, novelist, essayist, literary translator, public speaker and political analyst who has been writing and speaking out about the danger of radical Islam both in America and internationally. He has become a formidable voice in the United States against the danger of global jihad and Islamization of America. He maintains a website at Imani is the author of the book Obama Meets Ahmadinejad and the thriller Operation Persian Gulf.

Mr. Imani has been educating Americans regarding the danger of radical Islam. His numerous articles about Islam have been published in many newspapers and magazines around the world as well as in thousands of Internet magazines, websites and blogs. He is a regular go-to-guy on the Iranian issues on BBC World News. He is also 2010 honoree of EMET; “the Speaker of the Truth Award” at the Capitol Hill.

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