|Obama Meets Ahmadineja
|Sunday, 27 June 2010|
|Rave reviews greet Imani. 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. “Amil Imani reveals a wickedly cutting satirist’s eye as he sketches out an acidly funny meeting between Barack Obama — imagined as a sharp-tongued but supine secret Sunni Muslim — and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is determined to remove the Great Satan as an obstacle in the way of the advance of Shi’ite Muslim world domination. As they spar verbally. Ahmadinejad runs circles around the hapless Obama, and in the course of the conversations reveals a great deal about Islamic supremacism, Iran, the Sunni/Shi’ite divide, and more. It’s a dystopian fantasy, but with Obama appearing determined to appease the Islamic world at all costs, it’s strikingly illuminating of the present-day predicament of America and the West.”
–Robert Spencer, author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad
“In Obama Meets Ahmadinejad, ‘democracy is so flawed that it can be imploded from within.” The president of Iran wants to make sure that the march of Islam won’t be stopped. He browbeats and bullies the naive and arrogant U.S. president in a series of secret meetings that Amil Imani vividly imagines — or transcribes — in this funny, insightful and illuminating book. Satire or accurate reportage? In today’s moral inverted world, what’s the difference?”
— Pamela Geller, editor and publisher of AtlasShrugs.com and author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War On America (Simon & Schuster)
“Charlie Chaplin was aware of the great power of ridicule. A strong opponent of racism, in 1937 Chaplin decided to make a film on the dangers of fascism. The politically correct folk in the media and the Hollywood tried to stop the film being made and Chaplin was threatened with censorship. ‘But I was determined to go ahead, for Hitler must be laughed at,’ wrote Chaplin in his Autobiography.
“In this parody, Amil Imani ridicules two dangerous zanies of our time, who also must be laughed at, who both, have deceitfully usurped their presidency, and together are bringing the world to the brink of Armageddon. “Imani is a powerful writer. Have your dictionary handy and enjoy this exquisite literature.”
Dr. Ali Sina is the author of Understanding Muhammad and the founder of faithfreedom.org
“Although a great work of fiction which at times resembles reality, it is a fantastic, powerful and hilarious creative writing by Amil Imani. I’ll be recommending it to all my colleagues.”
–– Wafa Sultan, author of the A GOD WHO HATES: The Courageous Woman who Inflamed the Muslim World Speaks Out Against the Evil of Islam.