A Town Hall on
Is Sharia, Islamic law, a benign religious code or a grave threat to the American way of life? Discover what the experts have to say about this vital subject and participate yourself in a lively question and answer session.
Our panel of experts will discuss the relevance of Sharia’s religious-political-legal codes for non-Muslims and their implications for America. Then Jamie Glazov will moderate an interactive discussion between the audience and our panelists.
Panel of Experts
Nonie Darwish - a modern day freedom fighter who was born in Egypt and lived under Sharia. She is the author of Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law, and the founder of “Arabs For Israel” and “Former Muslims United.”
Brad Dacus - an attorney and the founder and president of the Pacific Justice Institute, a public interest law firm that defends religious liberties and parental rights. He has twice debated the president of the ACLU.
Dwight Schultz - a Hollywood actor, student of Sharia and expert on Hollywood’s “Evil Denial Disorder.”
David Wood - a Christian philosopher and activist who has participated in over 30 debates with Sharia advocates. He was arrested at an Arab festival in Dearborn while talking with Muslims about Christianity. He is currently suing the city for enforcing Sharia.
Eric Allen Bell - a liberal filmmaker who, while making a documentary to expose “Islamophobia,” learned the goals of political Islam. Now a Counter Jihadist, he runs the blog www.globalinfidel.tv and www.MosqueConfidential.com.
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