Amil Imani Articles
There Will Be Blood
In: Our Archive4 Aug 2014
From Northern Iraq to Northeastern Syria, from Nairobi, Kenya to Benghazi, Libya, from Lahore, Pakistan to the rugged mountains of Mali and Afghanistan, militant Muslims have executed tens of thousands of their fellow Muslims and are on a killing rampage against Christians. The world is shocked and distressed. Read the rest of this entry »
Shame, Shame, Brandeis University
In: Our Archive13 Apr 2014
For decades, I have been sounding the alarm about the ever-increasing menace Islam is posing to America and our way of life. Apathy, political correctness, and massive Islamic lobbying have successfully prevented the public from truly grasping the all-pervasive Islamic assault. Read the rest of this entry »
President Obama Confronts Putin
In: Our Archive22 Mar 2014
Some keep calling Obama weak, particularly in dealing with foreign policy. He is seen as a vacillating and indecisive person who always opts to run away from problems rather than take a stand and solve them. Now, these are all perceptions. In the interest of fairness, we should go with facts. A good case that clearly refutes these allegations about Obama is the way he is handling the Crimea crisis. Read the rest of this entry »
An Open Letter to the God of Islam
In: Our Archive9 Jan 2014
It is axiomatic that to be a Muslim you must: believe in Allah by taking him as your one and only lord, accept Muhammad as Allah’s beloved messenger and take the Quran as a literal work of Allah and a perfect prescription for living.
Hard as I tried, I had a terrible time being a Muslim right at the entry level. I, therefore, decided to write this open letter in the hope of receiving some satisfactory answers to the many questions that trouble me greatly. Read the rest of this entry »
Islam is a Belief of Blood
In: Our Archive15 Nov 2013
From Peshawar Pakistan to Nairobi Kenya, from Damascus Syria to Benghazi Libya, Muslims are on a killing rampage. The civilized world is shocked and distressed. Some mutation seems to take place in the humanness of the person the minute he announces his subservience to Islam by reciting the Shahada: “I bear witness that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger.” The individual becomes intolerant, violent and the shedding of blood becomes central to his life. Read the rest of this entry »
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Happy Persian New Year
In: Amil Blogs20 Mar 2014
Once again Nowruz–the ancient Persian Festival of the New Year–is here. Nowruz is the celebration of renewal and regeneration of life. Nowruz is the bearer of glad tidings for a better year ahead for all of humankind. It is in the spirit of Nowruz that Persians, as well as many other ethnic co-celebrators, greet one another with good wishes and extend a hand of friendship to all.
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Katrina Pierson: A Principled Conservative
In: Amil Blogs11 Feb 2014
“Today, I am proud to announce my candidacy for the United States Congress in Texas’ 32nd Congressional district,” said Pierson on her opening statement, giving her reasons for running.
“I was raised in this district. It is my home. I have seen it grow into one of the most vibrant, influential areas in the country. Families of all backgrounds call this district home, raise families, and start businesses here. We represent the best of Texas. But we are not represented by the best in Texas.” Read the rest of this entry »
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
In: Amil Blogs28 Jan 2014
It is with heavy hearts and a sense of great loss that we Iranians, the descendants of Cyrus the Great, honor the memory of the victims of the Holocaust. We are in solidarity with the Jewish people in their unshakable resolve that never again any aspiring individual or government would even contemplate, much less carry out, the horrors similar to the ones committed by the Nazis. Read the rest of this entry »
In: Amil Blogs24 Oct 2013
Arabic mandatory at city public school
Beginning next semester, all 200 second- through fifth-graders at PS 368 in Hamilton Heights will be taught the language twice a week for 45 minutes — putting it on equal footing with science and music courses.
One reason Principal Nicky Kram Rosen selected Arabic — as opposed to more common offerings, such as Spanish or French — is because it will help the school obtain a prestigious International Baccalaureate standing.
Iranian-Americans Grieve with Bostonians
In: Amil Blogs20 Apr 2013