‘We cast terror into the hearts of unbelievers:’ Extreme anti-Islam posters to cover New York subway stations next week
Anti-Islam posters with depictions of the World Trade Towers in flames will be plastered around 50 different New York MTA stations beginning December 17.
The $10,000-plus campaign is part of an ongoing campaign by Pamela Geller, executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative.
While previous posters, which read “In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man,” were vandalized within an hour when they were put up in September, Geller told the New York Observer that she’s now prepared. Geller has made twice as many posters.
“I refuse to abridge my free speech so as to appease savages,” she said.
LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE! Now, tell me who are the real terrorists.
No offense but makes sense
How can you say ‘No offense’ when posting something that is clearly meant to be offensive, racist, and hateful? No matter what side of this issue you happen to fall any respectable human being must always understand that the ‘other’ side are human too. They are human, they bleed red blood, and they die when you drop bombs on their homes. When it becomes possible to ‘teach’ ignorant followers like yourself that something like this IS offensive and wrong, then the world will be a slightly better place. Have a nice day.
As silence toward their case continues , Ayman Sharawna has been on an open hunger strike since 1 July 2012 , today marks his 147th day of striking while Samer Al-Issawi has been intermittently on hunger strike since 1 August 2012, today marks his 115th day of striking .
Ayman was re-arrested…
Lowkey: Million Man March
My song of choice to honor all the Palestinians dying right now at the hands of the Israeli military. I have nothing to offer but my thoughts and my voice.
its really hard to be worried on your homeland and people all the time , its so hard that you know that the end of this is not soon !
Palestinians gather around a destroyed house after an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, on November 19, 2012.
[Credit : Ibraheem Abu Mustafa/Reuters]