Longview imam criticizes organizers of Garland event that led to shooting deaths
Saleem Shahbaz, imam for the Islamic Center of Longview singled out the organizer of the event — Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative — for criticism, adding that the inflammatory nature of the contest was a deliberate attempt to prompt precisely this kind of reaction.
Shahbaz singled out the organizer of the event — Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative — for criticism, adding that the inflammatory nature of the contest was a deliberate attempt to prompt precisely this kind of reaction.
Assassins trained at a Community Center? Don’t they teach love in one of those places???
UTT, by John Guandolo, May 5, 2015: As in nearly every jihadi attack in America since 9/11 – those thwarted and those which succeed in their evil plans – the…COUNTERJIHADREPORT.COM
Rabid Dogs Need To Be Put Down
Islamic State on Pamela Geller: “We will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter” AFDI Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest 00 Comments This threat illustrates the…
He was the finest Muslim ever!
“Kids adore him. He is always talking to the kids on their level, throwing a ball around with them and playing games with them,” said the author. “They actually come home from their classes with some knowledge about the character of the Prophet Muhammad,” she added. —
I’m not sure if bullets count as positive words. But that’s the story the Arizona Muslim Voice tried to put out about Mohammed cartoon gunman Elton Simpson.–FRONTPAGEMAG.COM
Peter Bergen argues in a piece for CNN, that it was inevitable that one day actual violence over speech that Muslims find offensive would reach our shores. Now it’s happened. On Sunday, two gunmen opened fire at the “Muhammad Art Exhibit…
“The moment someone resorts to violence in response to speech is the moment that the issue is no longer about the merits of any side’s position or the character of the speakers but about whether we are going to have the freedom to take positions — that is, to think for ourselves — at all. If we fail to support those who are trying to speak, we necessarily end up condoning, and therefore supporting, those who are willing to resort to violence. There’s no middle ground in a dispute like this, because there’s no middle ground between speech and force. Free speech cannot exist when some people are willing to resort to force.” Steve Simpson