Orland Park church hosts panel on radical Islam
Department of Homeland Security founding member Philip Haney will headline a panel of radical Islam experts for a discussion of the religion at an Orland Park church on the night of July 15.
Haney, who is also the author of the bestseller “See Something, Say Something” and eventually served as a government whistleblower, will be joined on the panel at the Stone Church by Beirut’s Call of Love Ministries co-founder Samya Johnson and Iranian-born, turned American and citizen civil rights leader Anni Cyrus.
All three panelists are expected to share personal experiences born of their worldwide travels and exposure to the religion.
“This is a rare opportunity to learn from extremely knowledgeable experts on the front-line of the spiritual and political battle that is being waged all around us,” Illinois Family Institute (IFI) said in a press release. “Come prepared to learn.”
Haney is slated to provide his expertise in the area of threats and solutions, while Cyrus will share intimate details from her life as a child bride, abused spouse and jailed teen to now fighting for the rights of women and girls under Sharia.
Johnson and her husband, Mike, also recently launched an around-the-clock Christian TV Channel that has the capacity to reach more than 500 million Muslims around the world.
Those planning to attend must RSVP IFI at (708) 781-9328 to be seated.