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On November 17th my article was published: “The Iowa Law Enforcement Academy meets Fantasy Islam.”

On November 18th I sent emails and Facebook messages to the following four people to let them know that Islam had been inaccurately presented during an ILEA presentation.

ILEA Director Judy Bradshaw
[email protected]

Commissioner Stephan Bayens, Iowa Department of Public Safety
[email protected]

Governor Kim Reynolds
https://www.facebook.com/KimReynoldsIA/

Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg
https://www.facebook.com/IALtGov/

As of today, November 28th, I have not received a reply from any of the four.  Can it be that they really don’t care if inaccurate information is presented by the ILEA?  Or maybe they need to be made aware that more people do care.

If you think the ILEA should be concerned about the accuracy of its presentations, please contact those four and let them know that you’re concerned that Islam was inaccurately presented.  I suggest providing a link to my article to make it easy for them to see how inaccurately it was done.

DR. KIRBY: The Iowa Law Enforcement Academy Meets Fantasy Islam

Author: Steve Kirby

Dr. Stephen M. Kirby is the author of six books about Islam; the latest one is Islamic Doctrine versus the U.S. Constitution: The Dilemma for Muslim Public Officials.