What: Susquehanna Valley Conservatives Monthly Meeting
Topic: Terrorism / The rise of ISIS
When: Monday March 13, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Where: Best Western Country Cupboard Inn, north of Lewisburg along Route 15
Who: Dr. Hasan Askari, Author (writing as ‘The American’) of How to Defeat ISIS: What All of Us Must Know
Dr. Askari was born in Pakistan where he completed his medical studies. For many years he was also a student of religious studies and theology. He was forced to leave Pakistan in 1994 citing that “Taliban and ISIS-like groups have been assassinating all who oppose their ideology without any accountability to Pakistani law.”
Dr. Askari focuses on Wahhabism, a perverted, violent, and intolerant version of Islam, as the source of the rise of terrorism across the world. He will talk about the historical roots of Wahhabism and contrast it with Islamic ideology.
Stan Zellers, President
Susquehanna Valley Conservatives
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