Photo Album of Jamie Glazov’s Town Hall on Sharia, Islamic Law and the U.S. Constitution in Mission Viejo, CA

Below is a photo album of Jamie Glazov’s Town Hall on Sharia, Islamic Law and the U.S. Constitution in Mission Viejo, CA on Sept. 10, 2012. Thanks to Marc Elliott for photography. Visit his site at

Jamie introduces panelists, from left to right: Eric Allen Bell, Brad Dacus, David Wood, Nonie Darwish and Dwight Schultz. For their bios, click here.

A painting by artist Diane Zinn, marketing manager of Jamie Glazov Productions. Proceeds from her paintings go to making events like this possible. Visit her art at

Amani Mustafa (in the middle wearing a black jacket) is an Egyptian woman who fled her country and moved to the U.S. because of the grave danger and abuse she faced for her conversion to Christianity. She hosts The Muslim Woman TV show on the Al-Hayat Christian TV Channel. Watch her tell her heart-wrenching story on this episode of The Glazov Gang.

Georgy Gounev (in center with light blue shirt), author of The Dark Side of the Crescent Moon. 

Steve Martel, the superstar organizer who made the Town Hall possible. Thank you Steve.

Freedom fighter Dee Sterling who confronts Islamic intimidation on U.S. campuses, especially at the University of California at Irvine (UC Irvine). Read an interview with her here.

David Wood gives a Dwight Schultz quiz to the audience. Prizes: Dwight Schultz action figures in Star Trek (Barclay) and The A-Team (Murdock).

Steve Martel, Jamie Glazov and Steve Amundson. The two Steves are the superheroes who organized the Town Hall and deserve gold medals. Thank you Steve and Steve.

Annie Zinn and Diane Zinn, leaders of the G-Team.

Nonie, Dwight, Jamie and Eric.

The Freedom Center’s pamphlet “Muslim Brotherhood in America” by Robert Spencer and Jamie Glazov’s new book “High Noon for America: The Coming Showdown” and his earlier, critically acclaimed, “United in Hate: The Left’s Romance With Tyranny and Terror.”

Editor’s note: Dwight Schultz’s turn is already on YouTube and can be seen below:

To order Jamie Glazov’s new book, High Noon For America: The Coming Showdown, click here.

  • Dwight

    Where are representatives of our next generation. They are most susceptible to the propaganda of the Muslim Brotherhood because of the lack of history lessons at school. If we do not know our history we are doomed to repeat our failures and be subject to the ongoing battles of the 'stealth jihads'.

  • Bobby XD9

    We hear the constant drumbeat from the left that there are millions of good, decent Muddlums who are outraged that their religion has been hijacked. Really? Then how come we only hear or see a small handful who want to do something about it? If my religion had been hijacked by a large contingent of psychopaths, I'd make it my life's work to make it publicized and see them destroyed!

    • PatD

      Because the camel suckers don't dare speak against another muslim camel sucker no matter how wrong they are…remember that….they may hate each other or disagree with another muslim but they hate us infidels more and will never stand up for an infidel against their ignorant brothers!!!!!!

  • Schlomotion

    These people are single-handedly depleting all of the Crystal Geyser in Mission Viejo.

    • Roger

      And someone must have single handedly depleted your thinking skills.

      • Kufar Dawg

        That would be holey quran and hadeeths, which have corroded his mind significantly.

        • Roger

          Have you watched the mohammed movie trailer on you tube? I was laughing until I realized it was factual and that's what we're dealing with now.

  • Bluffcreek1967

    Observe how elderly and White the audience is (the panel included). That's not a bad thing per se, but it tells me something. Where are the Blacks and other 'minorities' in the audience? Where are the young people? How come they don't make up much of the audience? After all, the destructive influences of Islam will effect them too. I think I know the answer. Many of our young people (though not all) are either disconnected to politics or they are so damn liberal that they would never attend any such gathering that's even remotely critical of Islam. Blacks and other 'minorities' are not generally interested in such gatherings, particularly when they are populated by a lot of elderly White folks – you know, the very people they have been indoctrinated to hate and blame most of their problems on. The subject matter of these kind of gatherings is deeply intellectual in nature. Generally, those with low IQs such as Blacks and Hispanics, will not be seen at such events. This doesn't mean that one might never see a Black or Hispanic at these type of gatherings, but it would be the exception and not the norm.

    • Kufar Dawg

      I've noted this to the leadership of this particular ACT for America chapter. Maybe they could do some sort of outreach to high schools and colleges but somehow I doubt they would be welcome at either.

    • Stephanie

      Think of it this way also- I am glad to know that this is against Islam – first off- many people do want Sharia. Look who is up to be offed under Obamacare – the elderly and the young – and who makes up the majority of the audience and lets say the tea party – the elderly. Everyone else younger, and my age are afraid to speak up. But believe it or not there are many of us out there that will speak up. :) And I have noticed race, sex, sexual persuasian, religion- etc – it goes across all boundaries :)

    • PatD

      If you want to see the young activist minorities then maybe you need to look for the flash mobs tearing up the stores….and when do most young folks think about their future?

  • cynthia curran

    Well, it means there most be some conservatives left in Orange County that didn't all flee to Arizona or Texas, This is the demographics of Mission Viejo about 17 percent hispanic and 2 percent black and about 9 percent Asian. Mission Viejo has 17 percent of the population 65 and over- US average near 13 percent.. So whites are the largest group in Mission Viejo and there are more middle age and older people than kids orange County has never had more than 2 percent black White, Hispanic, and Asian in that order.

  • cynthia curran

    Well, the older population in Orange County is more against Islam since they had connections with the defense industry. many of the men were engineers back in the heyday of aerospace in Southern Ca the young people do not have the last connection.

    • Kufar Dawg

      Aerospace is all but a dead industry in Southern California.

  • cynthia curran

    Well, I think I see two Asians probably Vietnamese, Vietnamese because of the war were strongly anti-communist and therefore are more likely to be against Islam.

  • Stephanie

    To me it is AWESOME to see people in California – raising heck about not wanting Islam. We have people in Tennessee, that want it! Come on – not to be mean – but I would think that that would be the case in CA not in TN.

    • ron

      omg – who is wanting it in tennessee??! i mean i know they have the mosque zoning/building issue but those ppl have CAIR and its PUSHY antagonistic agenda on the GZ mosque to thank for getting them ALOT of GRIEF over the building of THAT mosque in tennessee.

  • cynthia curran

    Well, people in Orange County are very aware of it since it came there a decade before Tn and Orange County is not the left wing stereotype.

    • Stephanie

      i have learned my lesson – wish I could get you down here so that my neighbors to the north will wake up :) I sat and attempted to argue with them -but I didn't get anywhere. :)