What it was really like at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.

Hugh Iwanicki

Hugh Iwanicki is a CPA who has held a variety of positions in government, including that of performance auditor for the State Department at the US Embassy in Iraq and also for the US Agency for International Development in both Washington, DC and the US Embassy in Haiti. Hugh has studied the Quran and the Sunni Hadiths extensively, giving him deep insights into Islamic culture and Sharia Law. Having traveled to over 17 countries, Hugh has a breadth of experiences, studying and interacting in foreign cultures, and is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese. He is active in his church and the community, bringing attention to the plight of Christians living in the Middle East.

Dave Bailey

Dave Bailey worked for many years at IBM, leaving in 1992 to start a non-profit called Education Transfer that organized events for schools similar to those he had arranged as a volunteer. By 2001 he was serving several schools on Long Island - schools with families that were devastated by the 9/11 attack. Bailey felt a compelling need to understand the ideology behind the attack and, after retiring in 2010, he devotes his time to helping others comprehend the forces within Islam that threaten the West.