Obama meets Ahmadinejad

In this work of fiction, Amil probes the minds of Obama and Ahmadinejad with the skills of a brain surgeon, and shares their exchanges with the humor of a stand-up comedian. An amazing and astonishing engagement follows, in which the two presidential prizefighters hit each other with their best shots, in a meaty and oft-comical altercation that involves tossing out virtually every real or rumored misdeed of both men, with a number of stunning propositions and shocking developments along the way. This international sparring match runs the gamut of flashy moves and shady deals. Who will win this wild and brutal battle of wits between these two political heavyweights? The destiny of the world may depend on it.

Following are important and timely subjects covered in this witty "fictional" account:
* Voter fraud
* Killing of opposition
* The Shah, Jimmy Carter, Ayatollah Khomeini and the CIA
* Drug use
* Religious affiliations and megalomaniacal delusions
* Islam, infidels and apostates
* The Quran and sharia law
* Iranian oppression of minority religions
* Afghanistan and Osama bin Laden
* Homosexuals and women in Iran
* Hangings and stonings
* Oil and nuclear policies
* Israel, Zionists, Jews and anti-Semitism
* 9/11 conspiracy theories
* The American economy and the Gulf oil spill
* Basij and Revolutionary Guard crimes against humanity
* The "Birther" movement and Kenya connection
* "Crypto-Muslim" and "Manchurian Candidate" contentions
* Shiite v. Sunni sects
* Anti-Americanism, the "Great Satan" and Islamic supremacism
* The Twelfth Imam
* Iraq and Saddam Hussein
* Iran's role in terrorism
* China, Russia, Pakistan, et al.
* Islamization of Europe
* And many more shocking revelations...

Amil Imani is an Iranian-American writer, poet, novelist, essayist, literary translator, public speaker and political analyst who has been writing and speaking out about the danger of radical Islam both in America and internationally. He has become a formidable voice for the struggling people of his native land of Iran. Born in Tehran, Imani moved to the United States during the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Imani has both promoted American patriotism, and encouraged democracy for Iran. He has been published in numerous newspapers and magazines around the world as well as in thousands of internet magazines, websites and blogs. Amil’s writings can be found on his website. Imani is also director of the Iran Freedom Initiative.

Operation Persian Gulf

DRUMS of war beat ever louder with each passing day. The mad Mullahs ruling Iran work around the clock to acquire nuclear weapons. The world is worried but impotent to prevent them from achieving their goal. The U.S. and its sole serious ally Israel keep proclaiming that a nuclear Iran is unacceptable. The maniacal Mullahs, undeterred, double their efforts to make the unacceptable acceptable.

It is brinkmanship of monumental risks, which may lead to conflagration since neither the Mullahs blink nor are the U.S. and Israel willing to let the Mullahs acquire the ultimate weapon.

Greatly disturbed by the ever-loudening drumbeats of war, a band of Iranian-American patriots and friends launches a well-conceived campaign to destroy the Islamic Republic's nuclear and military capabilities. They aim to preempt the need for military attack on Iran that may lead to massive loss of human life, spin out of control and usher in the long-prophesied dreaded Armageddon.

This small team of Iranian-Americans' deep love for their native land as well as for their adopted country compels them to take tremendous risks and do the seemingly impossible to prevent all-out war between their two countries.

From a command post in California, vital cooperation from Iran, and a mobile operational base in the Persian Gulf, this small group of young men and women targets vulnerable components of the Mullahs' nuclear and military facilities.