The Denice Gary Pandol Show: Special Guest Major General Vallely on U.S. National Security and The Islamic Republic of Iran; Security Concerns Linked to American Mosques; and, Special Guests Cynthia Giumarra and Lisa Haddadin on The Kern Coalition Against Human Trafficking and Project Hope for Women in Tanzania in 2015

March 10, 2015
Written by D. L. Gary Pandol

Hear special guest, Paul Vallely, Major General, U.S. Army (ret) speak to the security concerns and Islamic terror threats that have increased exponentially over the past several years as terror investigations go forward in every state of the Union in 2015.

Calls for urgent changes in policy direction only led to the release in February of a new national security strategy by the Obama team that relies on “strategic patience” at a time when even an Obama appointee, James Clapper, Director of the National Agency, has stated he “worries a lot about the safety and security of this country.”

Learn how the Obama presidency has in dangerous ways damaged the United States military and the image of the United States as a fearless force for good in the world today.

And listen as the Major General and I explore the several issues surrounding threats to U.S. security from Iran, the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism and builders of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

Note: Major General Vallely will be in the Bakersfield area to speak on April 21, 2015. To purchase your ticket, contact: 1.888.825.584 and know that the majority of your ticket price will go to assist veteran causes and is tax deductible.

Also, hear my response to a local concern as people in the community sought comment on the mayor and a city council member who chose to celebrate the inauguration ceremony of a Dawoodi Bohra Mosque in the Greater Bakersfield area.

Learn what serious ramifications are associated with the building of mosques in communities across America. Reports suggest that the majority of U.S. mosques promote violence and invite guest speakers who advocate violent jihad. [See: ]

Moreover, intelligence estimates indicate that American mosques provide 70% or more of all contributions to terrorist groups. Requests to support Arab Palestinian terrorism against Jews and Israel have reportedly been going on for decades as revealed in declassified reports and personal testimony.

Moreover, imams, prior to the formal Friday prayers, referred to as the Juma’a, ask Allah among other things to give “victory to Muslims over the ‘Qawm al-Kafirun’ an Arabic phrase that views all non-Muslims such as, Jews, Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, Atheists, and Buddhists, as infidels. [See: ]

Also worth noting: Following the Bohra Mosque celebration on Friday, the next day, 03.08.2015 marked International Women’s Day. This global event each year seeks to raise awareness on such issues as Female Genital Mutilation or FGM. Among the Dawoodi Bohra, a Shia Islamic sect, it is estimated that approximately 90% of young girls and women suffer the horrific pain associated with this practice. And despite the rise of FGM in the United States, the practice remains illegal here in the U.S.

Finally, special guests Cynthia Giumarra and Lisa Haddadin speak to their fundraising campaign on behalf of The Kern Coalition Against Human Trafficking as well as Project Hope.

Help the Women’s Ministries of Canyon Hills raise the needed funds to support the anti-human trafficking efforts here in Kern County. Today California ranks fourth (4th) as the largest destination for human trafficking in the United States.

In addition, help reach women in Tanzania through Project Hope this year. Many women there are desperate and need training to work in order to provide food for their families.

Please contribute. Mail your check today, payable to Canyon Hills, attention Women’s Ministries, 7001 Auburn, Bakersfield, CA 93306.

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