Amil Imani

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Amil Imani is an Iranian-born American and pro-democracy activist. His biography at CFP states he is "a columnist, literary translator, novelist and an essayist who has been writing and speaking out for the struggling people of his native land, Iran. He and his family escaped Iran after the radical Islamic revolution."[1] He has been published in several publications including the Baltimore Chronicle, the American Thinker, and Islam Watch.

He is a critic of Islamic democracy and deems it un-workable. He has also spoken against Shirin Ebadi by stating, "Ebadi, speaking in Paris, denied that Islam needs reformation or modernization. Instead, she said, the West needs to understand Islam. We quickly inform Ms. Ebadi that not only does the West understand Islam, but so do the Iranian people who are being held hostage in their own country. We reject Islam as a form of government!"[2]

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  • Critics of Islam - A hub page that leads to other articles related to Critics of Islam

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References[edit]

  1. Author Profile: Amil Imani - CanadaFreePress
  2. Amil Imani - Shirin Ebadi: Voice of Democracy or Voice of Mullacracy? - Kavehroom, May 9, 2006