UAC VA Free Documentary Series

UPDATE: August Screening of Obsession Postponed. Everything is ok, just need to move the date.

Possible reschedule on August 23, 30, or into Sept.

Will update as soon as I can.

Concerned about the Islamist threat?

Please join us to get out of the heat and into the fight against jihad.

The Virginia Chapter of the United American Committee proudly begins an objective and unapologetic series of film screenings and discussion on Islamist aggression. For free, a new film will be shown each month beginning in July and ending in October.

From 2:00-3:00 p.m., Saturday, July 19, 2008, “Terrorists Among Us” will be screened in Room 101 A&B, of the new City of Fairfax Regional Library.

“Terrorists Among Us” is a 1994 PBS documentary that reveals footage of jihadi networks inside the US. US Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) endorses the film by saying “I encourage every member of the House and Senate and hopefully every American to view this video.”

A one hour discussion period will follow for those wishing to participate or listen.

Those concerned about the Islamist threat are encouraged to attend. As seating is limited, please RSVP to: virginia@unitedamericancommittee.org

The City of Fairfax Regional Library is located at 10360 North Street Fairfax, VA, 22030-2514. Phone: 703-293-6227

Future Events

September 20th Film Screening: What the West Needs to Know About Islam

NoVa Location TBD

October 18th Film Screening: TBD

NoVa Location TBD

For more information about events, the United American Committee, or how you can contribute to the fight against Islamist aggression, contact: virginia@unitedamericancommittee.org

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