A worthy site to visit: www.3xterrorists.com. I have great admiration for anyone who would put their lives on the line for truth!
Sorry, this is long, but if you live in Michigan, near Ann Arbor, please read:
Below is National Press Release. Please all those withing 100 miles of Ann Arbor please support these brave men and advise your Pastors and Rabbis in the Ann Arbor area to announce the event and request support at thier Churches and Synagogues.
Death Threats Against Anani: A Prelude to Upcoming Michigan Event
Three Former Terrorists to Speak on World's Greatest Threat
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Three former terrorists will give "Terrorism: The World's Greatest Threat" presentation at University of Michigan event:
WHO: Three Former Terrorists
WHERE: University of Michigan
915 East Washington Street (between South Thayer and Fletcher
Ann Arbor, Michigan
WHEN: Tuesday, January 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Zachariah Anani, a former terrorist-militant and refugee from Lebanon, will join two other former terrorists, Walid Shoebat and Kamal Saleem for
"Terrorism: The World's Greatest Threat," a presentation at the University of Michigan on Tuesday, January 30 at 7:00 p.m.
All three former terrorists risk their lives daily to relay their important message. See: http://3xTerrorists.com. Recently, Anani has been targeted by Islamist groups because he lives near the event. These groups have mounted a public witch hunt against him.
Prior to the highly publicized controversy surrounding his recent talk at the Campbell Church in Windsor, Ontario, (across the border from Detroit), Anani received death threats warning him against speaking at the university.
The controversy at the church in Windsor is a reaction to billboards placed in the Detroit Metro area, which advertise his participation in the university event.
Walid Shoebat believes that the extremists who are trying to stop Anani's freedom of speech are also seeking to stifle the important education Anani and his colleagues have to offer on terrorism.
"In order to understand the negative affects of narcotics, reformed drug addicts are often called upon to talk about their experiences," says Shoebat. "It is the same situation here. Three former terrorists are educating the world on the phenomenon of terrorism, so that people can understand."
The event is free and open to the public.
For directions go to: http://www.ums.org/s_tickets/directions_parking.asp
Walid Shoebat is the author of "Why I left Jihad." His new book, "Why We Want To Kill You!" will be released in February. See: http://shoebat.com.
Contact: Maria Sliwa of M. Sliwa Public Relations for the Shoebat Foundation, +1-973-272-2861 or firstname.lastname@example.org