Lady Brigitte Gabriel is one of the most compelling figures in America. She began with a humble upbringing in Southern Lebanon in a Christian enclave only a couple of miles from the Israeli border. As Palestinians were driven from Jordan in September 1970, many converged on Lebanon and began the transformation of Lebanon from a jewel on the Mediterranean, a rare democratic republic, into a dystopian, factionalized enclave for Islamic extremists, including Hezbollah (spelled Hizballah by the American Intelligence Community). Hizballah has been a designated terrorist group since 1997 and a proxy for Iran. Iran is a proxy for China.
Fleeing for her safety in Israel, Brigitte was a well-known anchor for many years in the Middle East before coming to America. Brigitte founded Act for America, one of the most action-oriented groups toward Islamic and related radical violence. Under Brigitte’s leadership, Act for America foresaw the radicalism coming to the American street and community, just like what happened in Lebanon. Act for America has tirelessly driven legislation and action to protect Americans. Brigitte outlines her journey from Southern Lebanon to America in a captivating and compelling dialogue.
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