Brigitte Gabriel has become one of the leading terrorism experts in the world, providing information and analysis on global Islamic terrorism. She is a member of the board of advisers of the Intelligence Summit and lectures nationally and internationally about terrorism and current affairs. Her expertise is sought after by world and business leaders. She has addressed the Australian Prime Minister John Howard, members of the British Parliament/House of Commons, members of the United States Congress, the Joint Forces Staff College, the US Special Operations Command, the FBI, and many others. In addition, Gabriel is a regular guest analyst on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, ABC and various radio stations daily across America.
With a passion and vigor hailing directly from profound experience, Brigitte Gabriel offers a poignant account of a remarkable upbringing. A native of South Lebanon, as a preteen she survived the first attack of the Lebanese civil war in 1975: a barrage of Muslim rockets that exploded in her house and left her wounded and buried under the rubble. Gabriel and her family then spent the next seven years in subterranean hiding while Lebanon was under Islamic attack.
Fiercely articulate and passionately committed, Gabriel outlines mistakes the West has made in underestimating the single-mindedness with which radical Islamists have pursued their goals for the past 30 years. A political hawk on international policy, she discusses the threat of radical Islam to world peace and national security in her New York Times bestselling memoir, Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terrorism Warns America. Gabriel’s second book, They Must Be Stopped continues her mission to “challenge our western and politically-correct notions about Islam, demonstrating why radical Islam is so deadly and how we can halt its progress.”
Gabriel took up residence in Israel in 1984 and while there rose quickly to an anchor position with Middle East Television’s “World News” — an evening-news program broadcast in Israel, Lebanon, Syria and beyond. She covered the Israeli security zone in Lebanon and the Palestinian uprising in the West Bank. Relocating to the United States in 1989, she created a TV production and advertising company, with a client roster that included ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX News, CNN, Discovery, TLC and the History Channel.
From the war-torn bomb shelters of Lebanon to the boardrooms of America, Gabriel is a startling illustration of the American Dream. An inspiration for women throughout the world, she has balanced the demands of a successful career with the equally challenging duties of motherhood. Her passionate lectures emit a positive and empowering message to act on one’s beliefs.Download Bio
They Must Be Stopped
Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It
St. Martin's Griffin
They Must Be Stopped is New York Times bestselling author Brigitte Gabriel’s warning to the world: We can no longer ignore the growth of radical Islam—we must...
Because They Hate
A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America
St. Martin's Griffin
"Her writing is eloquent and her passion tremendous." --Publishers Weekly “Brigitte Gabriel's words should be read, and studied carefully, by all the law...
Honor Killing in the Arab World: The Truth Behind Female Suicide Bombers Brigitte discusses the disturbing trend among radical Islamic groups, and the treatment of women in fundamentalist Islamic cultures.
The Truth Behind the Israeli/Arab Conflict Drawing on her decades of personal and professional experience, Brigitte discusses the roots of Israel's conflicts in the Middle East.
Showdown with Nuclear Iran A call to action from Brigitte, on America's dealings with Iran.
Brigitte Gabriel weighs in on doxxing ICE agents for One News Now
"Riveting, compelling and spellbinding. This is a must read for the entire American public."
-Steve Emerson, author of the New York Times bestseller American Jihad
"A compelling and captivating personal story with a powerful lesson about threats to freedom in our time."
-R. James Woolsey, Director of Central Intelligence, 1993-95
"Her writing is eloquent and her passion tremendous"