There is not one pro-Israel voice in this report. The Jew they dug up is a self-loathing Jew. “Jewish Voice for Peace” is an anti-Israel organ.
Exposing the Islamo-swine and the sharia props brings out howls of indignation:
The media is falling all over themselves desperately trying to frame our counter jihad ads as “islamophobic.”
It goes without saying that the usual suspects Â have no problem with the genocidal ambitions of Iran’s mullah’s, or any other Islamic headbangers around the world.
The serial wankers Â from ‘Loonwatch’ and the obsessed Sheila Musaji are howling like bitches in heat:
These antisemites were cool with vicious anti-Israel ads — but ads that state the number of jihadist attacks “encourage hatred.” How about the victims? Do they count? Or is it more important not to insult savages?
There are signs all over NYC transit that read, “if you see something, say something.” Are those “islamophobic,” too? Do they “encourage hatred,” as well? Does the dhimmi tool, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, think they should be removed?
“Islamophobic Billboard At Metro-North Station Encourages Hatred, Says Local Pol”Â The Gothamist
- City of San Francisco to place sharia-compliant disclaimers next to every AFDI pro-Israel bus ad–Scott Goldstein,Â President of Titan Transit advertising, just called Pamela. Titan handles the outdoor ads for San Francisco MUNI and BART.
In an unprecedented move, the city of San Francisco is placing ads right next to every one of our pro-Israel ads on San Francisco Muni buses, saying (according toÂ CBS San Francisco) “Muni doesn’t support this message.”
Here was the statement I submitted to Jonathan Vigliotti of NBC News:
The ad is just stating a fact â€“ that there have been over 19,000 jihad attacks since 9/11. How is it “Islamophobic” to point that out? It is “Islamophobic” and a real attempt to paint all Muslims as jihadists to suggest that all Muslims would oppose attempts to rein in the jihadists.I’m wondering why there was no comparable brouhaha when two vicious anti-Israel ads ran â€“ nothing like the reaction there has been over a statement of real fact. There was no concern in the media about “hate speech” and incitement to violence against Jews by those dishonest messages. The actual story here is the systemic and institutionalized bias in the media.The truth is not offensive. The millions slaughtered in jihad â€“ that is offensive to free men.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner wants Metro-North to warn passengers that the ads could be upsetting and don’t represent Metro-North’s views or that of the community. Our ads are statements of fact. There have been over 19,441 deadly Islamic attacks since 911. Feiner wants to warn people of what, exactly? The truth? Why didn’t Feiner react as viscerally when the same kiosks had vicious blood libels posted about Israel? Feiner is OK with anti-Jewish ads. His bias is showing.
Feiner says, “[Muslims] should not be discriminated against. The posters encourage hatred, discrimination and do not help the efforts to fight hate crimes.”Â Feiner implies that all Muslims support jihad. Sounds like Feiner is painting all Muslims with the same brush. How islamophobic.