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I recently joined the rarefied heights achieved by The Children’s Museum of Manhattan and Butterball Turkey in being recognized by Pamela Geller as an imminent threat to the survival of Western Civilization, thanks to my recent piece in the Monitor about the #MyJihad campaign. Rather than sitting back and basking in my honor, I would like take this opportunity to respond and correct some of the most egregious insults that the truth suffered in it.
As the nation mourns the senseless violence in Connecticut and politicians in Washington bicker endlessly over the “fiscal cliff,” the #MyJihad public education campaign should have presented an unambiguous bit of good news to a country in sore need of it. Bus ads and Twitter posts promoting peace, tolerance, and understanding; who could possibly object?
According to the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), the summer of 2012 saw one of the “worst spikes of anti-Muslim incidents in over a decade.” The FBI and Southern Poverty Law Center also recently noted that anti-Muslim hate crimes remain near a decade high.
In her article I’m offending ‘savages’? guilty as charged Pamela Geller discusses the release of her anti-Jihad ads that appear in New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. The ad reads “In any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad.”