We meet monthly. Our meetings are free & open to the public. For more info, eMail a message to Sheila with your phone number and email address, along with a sentence or two about your interest in our chapter's topics. Send your eMail(s) to: Sheila, at ArizonaSheila@gmail.com. We will send you meeting information.
Please be courteous & silence your cell phones. Please arrive no later than 6 pm.
We have limited seating so please RSVP, ASAP.)
Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
Nanini Library, 7300 N. Shannon Rd., Tucson, AZ
Stephanie Ameiss, Lead Investigator, Detective,
Terrorism Liaison Officer
ISLAM AND THE INTERFAITH OUTREACH PROGRAM:
FRIEND OR FOE?
(The Interfaith Outreach program is the "Coexist" movement. The Muslim brotherhood has an entire line of operations specifically directed at neutralizing other religious communities that penetrated the inner faith movement. CAIR, ISNA, and ICNA IIIT control the Interfaith Outreach across the U.S.)
· IS THE INTERFAITH OUTREACH AN OLIVE BRANCH FROM ISLAM,
OR, A TROJAN HORSE?
· WHAT DOES ISLAMIC LAW SAY ABOUT RECOGNIZING OTHER
· WHY DO WESTERN RELIGIOUS LEADERS THINK THAT INTERFAITH OUTREACH IS SUCH A GREAT IDEA?
STEPHANIE AMEISS’S BIO
Ms. Ameiss graduated from ASU. After graduation Stephanie went into police work for her hometown of Gilbert, first as a patrol officer, then moved up to detective where she spent most of her career—particularly in the area of gangs and narcotics.
As a detective in Gilbert’s Intel unit, she was assigned to the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center as the Terrorism Liaison Officer for the town of Gilbert.
During her career, Stephanie has conducted numerous gangs, human trafficking, terrorism, identity theft, property, and organized crime investigations. She has operated undercover assets in these gangs and participated in undercover investigations. She has conducted operations against human trafficking entities, educated the Gilbert Police Department on terrorism threats, and conducted threat assessments for special events such as Super Bowl 49. She has written emergency response plans for the Town of Gilbert, and trained key leaders on emergency response. She has also trained local businesses on how to respond to active shooters.
In addition to all of this, Stephanie is a current board member of the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals—AND, is the lead investigator for the nationally known John Guandolo’s Understanding the Threat (UTT) organization.
Please RSVP ASAP to:
(Seating is limited)
Please make every effort to attend. Water & cookies to be provided. Donations are greatly appreciated so we can pay some speakers, help fund our website, make copies of articles for you to read, and of course bring goodies!
Help us build our chapter by bringing guests to learn about the potential dangers we, and the rest of the Western world, face from Fundamentalist Islam, Sharia Law, Jihad, The Muslim Brotherhood, and ISIS, etc. Please visit our chapter’s website at: www.ActTucson.com and ACT National at:www.actforamerica.org.
Nanini Branch Library (Large Meeting Room), 520-594-5365 – drive north on Shannon past Ina and the strip mall on the right. Enter the very next driveway to the State DMV building. You will see signs for the library as you approach the DMV building. Make a left and then follow the road around to the library.
For further information contact Lyle, President, ActTucson@aol.com. Please make all inquiries in writing.
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