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Pamela Geller interviewed on CNN (archive)

A Long Island, New York synagogue banned her from speaking in 2013 on Sharia law.

Geller also has given advice to Israelis:

Stand loud and proud. Give up nothing. Turn over not a pebble. For every rocket fired, drop a MOAB. Take back Gaza. Secure Judea and Samaria. Stop buying Haaretz. Throw leftists bums out.


She is widely accused of “whipping up hatred” in her campaign to make the United States aware of what she sees as a clear and present danger to the country and what her opponents see as extremists who are a small minority of Islam.

If Rahim had succeeded in his mission, Geller would have been the second beheading on American soil inspired by radical Islam.

Last September, Muslim convert Alton Nolen decapitated a co-worker at a food processing plant. It was called “workplace violence,” but Texas Gov. Rick Perry said the defection was a mistake and added, “At some point in time, ‘I think the [Obama] administration does have to address this as what it appears to many people that it is: an act of violence that is associated with terrorism.’

Earlier this week, reported here that Paul Waldman, a contributor to The Plum Line blog and a senior writer at The American Prospect, wrote in the Washington Post two months ago:

Now, let’s entertain a truly radical notion: Even if the Islamic State could launch a successful terrorist attack in the United States, that still wouldn’t make them much of a threat. How many Americans could they kill? A dozen? A hundred? That would be horrible. But car accidents kill almost a hundred Americans each and every day….

The Islamic State has done ghastly things. We should work to eliminate them in any way we can.

Even so, they are not actually much of a threat to the United States.

Rahim’s plot to behead Geller, and in her stead Boston policemen, make Waldman’s nonchalance a bit too chilling.


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Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


  1. DEFEND oneself to survive the EVIL INCARNATE BULLY Jew HATERS for starters! WITH lots of 'lead' a person can protect themselves if anyone dares threaten one's family and/or self. WANTING to LIVE(and exist) is not a crime! Alan Kardon

  2. sad as it is I agree with the statement about what have happen in Europe in the thirties . The UN today should learn from the past . it is not only the job of the US but the whole free world as we know it . to get together and eliminate evil forces in there infancy . befor once agin it is too late .

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