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The '''American Congress for Truth (ACT)''' was founded in October 2003 by [[Brigitte Gabriel]], an immigrant to the U.S. from [[Lebanon]], after losing her home to Muslim fundamentalists after Lebanese Civil War. According to its mission statement, ACT, without fear of [[political correctness]]. "Through media and speaking engagements, ACT will work to educate and organize a grassroots movement to defeat this threat... the threat of militant Islam to America, Israel and all of Western civilization."<ref name=ACT>{{citation
The '''American Congress for Truth (ACT)''' was founded in October 2003 by [[Brigitte Gabriel]], an immigrant to the U.S. from [[Lebanon]], after losing her home to Muslim fundamentalists after Lebanese Civil War. According to its mission statement, ACT, without fear of [[political correctness]]. <blockquote>Through media and speaking engagements, ACT will work to educate and organize a grassroots movement to defeat this threat... the threat of militant Islam to America, Israel and all of Western civilization."<ref name=ACT>{{citation
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The American Congress for Truth (ACT) was founded in October 2003 by Brigitte Gabriel, an immigrant to the U.S. from Lebanon, after losing her home to Muslim fundamentalists after Lebanese Civil War. According to its mission statement, ACT, without fear of political correctness.

Through media and speaking engagements, ACT will work to educate and organize a grassroots movement to defeat this threat... the threat of militant Islam to America, Israel and all of Western civilization."[1]

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  1. Mission, American Congress for Truth (ACT)