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"They did it. PayPal has banned our organization, American Freedom Defense Initiative."
Pamela Geller joins Tamar as they talk about the terror attacks from the Middle East to the shores of America.
A Pennsylvania university professor calls anti-Jihad activists Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer “dirty Jewish Zionist thugs.”
Yishai deals with modern-day and ancient battles. First he is joined by political activist and commentator Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative and author, among other books, of "Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance." She sponsored the "Draw the Prophet" cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, which was attacked by jihadists, who were killed in a shootout. She tells Yishai about the challenges involved in fighting jihad in the US and Israel. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Rabbi Mike Feuer to talk about the internecine Jewish political battles in the Book the Numbers. Was the biblical character Korach a communist or a man of the people? A fighter for democracy or a jealous would-be leader? Why did he pick a fight with Moses? And why did he merit having the Prophet Samuel as his progeny.
Geller: They targeted me for violating Sharia laws. Terrorist's brother: He was just innocently waiting for a bus when police killed him.
US Supreme Court upholds free speech on social media and internet, unless reckless or malevolent.
Shooting at AFDI's Mohammed cartoon art contest in Texas, two dead.
New York's MTA plans to vote on a change to its rules it hopes would allow it to exclude the "Killing Jews" anti-jihad ad campaign.
Pamela Geller warns of ‘Islamization’ of North America. Leftists pressured a Great Neck synagogue to ban her. Now Canadian police force Chabad to silence her because her ideas counter “engagement.”
Groups defined by Ha'aretz as "US Jewish Groups' are vicious anti-Jewish groups bent on destroying the tiny Jewish state.
Pamela Geller, NYC's most outspoken Islamophobe and executive director of the AFDI, submitted the ads to the MTA Tuesday.
Naturally, they posted them in Harlem, where the big decisions about U.S. aid are made.
Geller promises she and Spencer will partake in a proudly Zionist event in the Shangri-La Hotel, "we will talk forthrightly about the roots of Islamic antisemitism in the Quran and other Islamic texts."
In response to Pamela Geller's anti-Jihad ad campaign, The Muslim Public Affairs Council is joining with Columbia University's Muslim Students Association to launch its own ad campaign "to showcase the Islamic principle of 'repelling evil with what is better' (Koran, Ch. 23, Surah Muminoon, verse 96)." MPAC says its campaign will "call on New Yorkers to stand together in opposing bigotry and hatred," in its effort "HeArt Over Hate: Repelling Bigotry through Art & Music." It's a clever play on words, but while it looks to deliver on its promise to be repellent, what MPAC and the MSA will be showcasing is support for brutal hatred, torture and violence.
Pamela Geller's attempt to stop the New York City MTA from changing the rules in order to block her anti-Jihad subway ads.
These new regulations were announced on Thursday, just three days after the American Freedom Defense Initiative ads were put up with court approval.
Eltahawy was arrested Wednesday evening, September 26, in a New York City subway station because she insisted free speech included her right to deface an ad espousing a message with which she disagreed -- Pamela Geller's anti-Jihad ad. She also insisted her free speech right extended to spraying toxic paint on a woman, Pamela Hall, who tried to interfere with Eltahawy's efforts to deface Geller's ad. And then Eltahawy blamed Hall for interfering with her free speech rights and accused the arresting police officers of interfering with her "non-violent" protest, thereby engaging in anti-democratic activity.
The ads are already running on the sides of San Francisco buses, they began running today, September 24th, in New York City, and they were scheduled to begin appearing in the Washington, D.C. metro system. However, the DC system balked, citing the violent rioting by Muslims allegedly inflamed by a YouTube video which represents, so Geller initiated an emergency court action at the end of last week to enforce her First Amendment rights.
An event sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles featuring controversial anti-Islamist Pamela Geller was cancelled on Sunday, just hours before it was to take place.