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Suspect reportedly plotted to behead Pamela Geller

Suspect reportedly plotted to behead Pamela Geller

“They targeted me for violating Sharia blasphemy laws”

After being maligned by the press for “inviting” violence by taking a stand for free speech at her Garland, Texas “Draw Mohammad” event, Pamela Gellar was target of a beheading plot.

Usaamah Rahim, who was being investigated by the FBI, was shot and killed by Boston police Tuesday. Rahim and an alleged co-conspirator, planned to behead Pamela Gellar.

CNN Reports:

Usaamah Rahim, who was fatally shot after waving a military knife at law enforcement officers in Boston, was originally plotting to behead Pamela Geller, an activist and conservative blogger, law enforcement sources told CNN on Wednesday.

But Rahim, a 26-year-old security guard who officials believe was radicalized by ISIS and other extremists, decided instead to target the “boys in blue,” a reference to police, according to court documents.

“I can’t wait that long,” he said of the original beheading plan, according to an FBI affidavit filed in federal court in Boston.

Geller drew national attention last month after an off-duty police officer working security thwarted an attack at her organization’s contest for Prophet Mohammed drawings in Garland, Texas. She’s president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which includes subsidiary programs Stop Islamization of America and Stop Islamization of Nations.

Geller spoke to CNN late last night. “They targeted me for violating Sharia blasphemy laws. They mean to kill everyone who doesn’t do their bidding and doesn’t abide by their law voluntarily. This is a showdown for American freedom. Will we stand against this savagery or bow down to them and silence ourselves?” Geller continued, “The thing that’s been ignored coming out of Garland, Texas is that ISIS is here. They’re in America.”

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“Aren’t you ashamed, Ms. Geller, that you are making these young men crazy with your hateful cartoons?”

    J Motes in reply to Ragspierre. | June 4, 2015 at 4:50 pm

    And those evil hair rays. Nobody’s mentioned it yet, but Pam’s evil hair rays must surely be a big factor in wigging out jihadi-types.

I hope and pray to God that Geller’s worthwhile message about Islam hits home. If her brash, honest style bothers the majority of the American public to the point that her message is lost or missed, then there ought to be a number of like-minded folks ready to step into the void.

The Mohammedan(*) provocation league strikes again! Only not really; if he attacked a police officer in Massachusetts because of what she did in Texas he’d’ve found a reason to attack someone sometime. Good thing it was someone more dangerous than he was.

(*) Nasty slur used intentionally with an intent to differentiate. Civilized Muslims who respond to offensive speech with counter-speech aren’t going to be seriously hurt by Pamela Geller.(**) Muslims who think that insulting speech about Mohammed the founder of Islam is worthy of death can rightfully and logically be called Mohammedans, and Pamela Geller is an actual threat to their lives by drawing them out to strike hardened targets.

(**) If they have their precious feelings hurt, they need to toughen up and get used to free speech; my feelings were hurt by Piss Christ and numerous similar pieces, and none of those were made as a demonstration piece because my co-religionists had a habit of killing people in Christ’s name. I coped, and all I wanted was to not have my tax dollars fund such things. No tax dollar went to Geller’s demos.

It infuriates me that this, this… paid talking-head can be so idiotically biased, snarky and rude, to a person who should be every American’s heroine: Pam Geller.

Made me so damn mad I went to Pam Geller’s site and donated, to help pay for the small army that’s needed to protect her from the ‘religion of peace’ fanatic savages.

Glad I don’t have a TV anymore, it probably wouldn’t survive long with idiots like that talking-head on it anyway!

Good thing we stopped StupidBush’s Evil policy of fighting them over there…

And cue the next round of “Why don’t you wear a longer skirt so the poor minorities won’t be forced to try to rape you?”

Compared to Boehner and McTurtle, this woman is George Patton.

Come to think of it, compared to George Patton, this woman is George Patton.

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