Islamists Try to Take on Texas… Texans Come Up With Clever Plan to Humiliate Them
From Conservative Tribune
If anyone in this country is taking the fight against radical Islam and Shariah law, it’s a woman by the name ofPamela Geller.
Last month, Islamic groups like the Council for American-Islamic Relations — which is a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood — held an “Islamophobia” conference in Garland, Texas that they called, “Stand With the Prophet.”
When Geller got word of the anti-free speech rally, she organized a counter-rally, which turned up thousands of patriotic Americans who weren’t afraid to stand up for free speech and show radical Islamic groups like CAIR that they’re not in control.
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Just recently, Geller announced another event in May at the same conference center where CAIR and other Islamic groups held their event.
She named the event “Draw the Prophet” and it will essentially be a large, art-gallery type of event that showcases submissions of artists who aren’t afraid to draw, paint and create funny images of the Prophet Muhammad.
It’s a show of solidarity for the slain artists who were killed by anti-free speech jihadists last month, as well as a way to show President Obama that if he’s not willing to make a stand in the face of the terror threat, there are plenty of American citizens who will (H/T Breitbart).
“If the Western media ran the Danish cartoons back when this Islamic supremacist movement first started gaining steam, the editorial staff of ‘Charlie Hebdo’ would be alive today,” Geller said.
Geller is nothing short of extremely passionate about free speech and she intends on showing the world just how crazy radical Islamists are.
“They’re just cartoons. We’re holding this exhibit and cartoon contest to show how insane the world has become –with people in the free world tiptoeing in terror around supremacist thugs who actually commit murder over cartoons. If we can’t stand up for the freedom of speech, we will lose it — and with it, free society,” she stated.
The event will be held at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland on May 3. The winner of the “Draw the Prophet” event will take home an impressive $10,000 cash prize.