This new fatwa against Pamela Geller was to be expected given the events that unfolded last Sunday in Texas, when two jihadists were shot dead during their attack on a "draw Mohammad" event organized by Geller and some of her associates. If you insult their prophet, or "blaspheme" their religion, you are worthy of death.
But what's most outrageous is the leftist media's blaming of the targets for the shootings committed by jihadists. CNN anchors savaged Geller all day on Monday and Tuesday, blaming her for the attacks. Anchor Carol Costello even implied that Geller was begging for it.
We must reiterate: When have you seen Christians or conservatives attacking a Muslim event with assault rifles? And if that ever happened, can you imagine the media blaming the Muslims for the attack? Case closed.
By Cheryl Chumley
ISIS terrorists have called for the “slaughter” of Pamela Geller, the organizer of the Texas “Draw Muhammad” event that left one officer injured and the two attackers dead.
The terror group also claimed in a message on JustPasteIt to have 71 trained radicals in 15 different states, all ready to engage and fight.
The message: “[We have] 71 trained soldiers in 15 different states ready at our word to attack. … The attack by the Islamic State in America is only the beginning of our efforts to establish a willyah in the heart of our enemy.”
The New York Daily News said the word “willyah” is supposed to be spelled “wilayah,” and it means authority or governance.
The group named Virginia, Maryland, Illinois, Michigan and California.
The message went on: “Our aim was the khanzeer Pamela Geller and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her; we will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.”
ISIS also vowed to target those who shelter Geller.
Geller responded to the threat with a statement of her own to the New York Daily News: “This threat illustrates the savagery and barbarism of the Islamic State.”
Geller also said she was going to increase her personal security.
ISIS has previously used JustPasteIt, an anonymous social media message board, to call for the killing of U.S. service members, and to post names and addresses of those military officials that were targeted.
ISIS wrapped its post by saying, “The next six months will be interesting … May Allah send his peace and blessings upon our prophet Muhummad and all those who follow until the last Day.”