Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 17, 2010
One of the most valued and controversial programs presented by Miami-based Security Solutions International (SSI) will be held in a webinar available only to qualified First Responders who may register for free at http://www.HomelandSecuritySSI.com
“We are proud to present a Muslim, who well knows the fury of radical Islam and the threat these fanatics present to the West,” says CEO Sol Bradman. “ Through his escape from Iran and that repressive regime of Jihadists, he was able to reach the US and become a highly respected and recognized speaker on the subject of Islam and the Radical Threat as well as an officer of one of the country’s most important counter terror units”.
Radical Islamist groups, some affiliated with terrorist groups, have tried to silence the powerful SSI program but have not succeeded. Putting pressure on officials to get the program banned, has resulted in more orders for the SSI training. “ We believe that profiling on an ethic basis is bad practice because the terrorists are very adept at recognizing our stereotypes and going around this obstacle,” states Bradman, “so while we train to avoid ethnic and racial stereotypes we also recognize the role of Radical Islam in creating terror attacks worldwide, most recently in Detroit last Christmas.”
The webinar will present a condensed version of the well known two-day program that has been attended by hundreds of agencies over the past 4 years.
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Security Solutions International (SSI ) has helped more than 750 Federal, State and local agencies by training to prevent, prepare and respond to the asymmetrical threat of organized crime, gangs, drug cartels, terrorist organizations, disease and natural disasters since 2004.
Security Solutions International also provides the professional First Responder community with the leading media in the field as the publishers of The Counter Terrorist Magazine, The Counter Terrorist Newsletter, webinars and interactive learning, as well as the Annual Homeland Security Professionals Conference – the central event in the First Responder calendar. The company has been contracted to provide content for the newly established, first in the nation, Homeland Security Network which will debut in 2010. The completely secure network will be completely sponsor-driven and will provide First Responders with something they most need, a centralized, free source of real-time actionable intelligence, training, networking and an interactive learning experience.
About The Counter Terrorist Magazine
With a reputation forged by hard work and determination to empower Homeland Security warriors, Security Solutions International is proud to offer The Counter Terrorist Magazine.
America's premier informational journal for Homeland Security professionals, our mission is to provide first responders relevant technical information they need to combat terrorism at home and abroad. The Counter Terrorist's aim is nothing short of our country's motto regarding the war on terror . . . Be Ready!
With global expert contributors on a wide range of relevant topics, the content of The Counter Terrorist is unrivaled by any other publication in the field. It’s circulation has more than doubled in the last year and continues to grow at an increasing rate.
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