About Deborah Weiss
Deborah Weiss is an attorney, author, and Senior Fellow with the Center for Security Policy where she specializes in free speech and terrorism-related issues. She is considered an expert on the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, CAIR and Islamist censorship. Formerly, Ms. Weiss was the Manhattan Director for the Forbes for President Campaign; Assistant Corporation Counsel in the Giuliani Administration, and a Counsel for the Committee on House Oversight in Congress.
Ms. Weiss is the author of a monograph titled, “The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Jihad on Free Speech”; the primary author for the book: Council on American Islamic Relations: Its use of Lawfare and Intimidation”, and a contributing author to the book: “Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network”. Ms. Weiss’ articles have been published in FrontPage Magazine, National Review Online, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, and many others. She speaks regularly throughout the United States and is a frequent guest on radio. Ms. Weiss is a survivor from the 9/11 attacks in New York City. A partial listing of her work can be found at: www.vigilancenow.org
Ms. Weiss’ new book, “Islamist Influence in Hollywood,” was published by the Center for Security Policy and just recently released.
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