From Fox News: The brother of a Phoenix man killed in a Texas shootout with police has testified that a defendant in a terror trial was an Islamic State supporter. KNXV-TV reports that Ali Soofi testified Wednesday in federal court in Phoenix in the trial of Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem.
He said that her acts led to the deaths of two people (which he failed to mention were the aggressors/terrorists/inspired by Islamic State) and that’s why he can’t stand free speech.
Really, Associated Press? Blaming Pamela Geller for the deaths of the shooters?! A new low.
The FBI warned local Texas police in Garland, Texas that gunmen had interest in the Mohammed cartoon event being held there at about three hours before the attempted shooting.
After the attempted terrorist attack in Garland, Texas at a Mohammed cartoon event, Fox News personalities went on-air and gave conditions to free speech.
As the Washington Free Beacon said: “Two law enforcement officials who asked not to be named identified one of the dead shooters as Elton Simpson, under surveillance since 2006 and convicted in 2010 of lying to FBI agents over his desire to join violent jihad in Somalia. The second shooter was identified as Nadir Soofi, […]
Always comes with a condition, Obama’s rhetoric. His press secretary, Josh Earnest, said, “There is no act of expression, even if it’s offensive, that justifies an act of violence.” To some, it sounds as if Obama is toeing the line and called the Mohammed cartoon event ‘offensive.’ Where was Obama when Christians are being beheaded […]
Even if holding a satirical cartoon event about Islam’s prophet Mohammed may not have been the smartest thing to do post-Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks, it still is an expression of free speech. As the Washington Examiner editorial board noted, if we start suppressing free speech in the name of ‘it’s-too-offensive,’ then where do we stop?
As Fox News reported: “The Islamic State terror group (ISIS) Tuesday issued a claim of responsibility for Sunday’s attack on a Texas cartoon contest featuring images of the Muslim prophet Muhammad.” “The claim was made in an audio message on the group’s Al Bayan radio station, based in the Syria city of Raqqa, which ISIS […]
3/4/2016 - Witness: Mohammed Cartoon Shooter was an ISIS Supporter
5/11/2015 - Juan Williams blasts Pamela Geller for Garland, Texas Event
5/8/2015 - Associated Press Headlines Make Garland, Texas Shooters the Victims
5/8/2015 - FBI Warned Texas Police about Gunmen’s Interest in Garland, TX Cartoon Event
5/7/2015 - Fox News Anchors say “I Support Free Speech, but…”
5/7/2015 - Failed Hot Take: Chris Cuomo said Hate Speech Not Protected by Constitution
5/5/2015 - One Shooter at Garland, Texas Event was Monitored for Terrorism for Years
5/5/2015 - Obama Half-Heartedly Defends Free Speech in ISIS’s Garland, Texas Attack
5/5/2015 - Op-Ed: Attack in Garland, Texas is an Attack on Free Speech
5/5/2015 - ISIS Claims Responsibility for Failed Attack in Garland, Texas at a Mohammed Cartoon Event
5/4/2015 - 2 Suspects Killed and Cop Wounded in Attack on a Texas Mohammed Cartoon Contest