Pamela Geller

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New York Review of Books Sympathizes with Jihadists

The latest edition of the New York Review of Books includes a 4,076-word piece sympathetic to the Boston jihadists who built bombs designed to rip through flesh and bone. In “The Bombers’ World,” Christian Caryl sets out to normalize the unthinkable and justify the savagery that claimed three lives and left many with missing limbs. May 30, 2013 5:36 PM PT

Where Are the 'Moderate' Muslims?

In the wake of the monstrous beheading of a young British man in broad daylight by Muslims who cited the Qur’an to explain and justify their ritual slaughter has come the predictable reaction – blame anything except Islam’s violent teachings -- from the left and their media propagandists. But where are the “moderate Muslims”? May 28, 2013 8:36 PM PT

The Jihad Comes to Boston

Now that we know that the Boston Marathon bombers were Muslims from the Russian Caucasus, it is clear the war is here. Boston is a war zone, yet still the media is disarming the American people by refusing to address the blindingly obvious motive: jihad. As we have seen from Beslan to Baghdad, Libya to Lebanon, Indonesia to India, geography is irrelevant in the struggle of ideology. Apr 19, 2013 2:40 PM PT

Saudi National Deportation: American People Must Demand the Full Story

On "Hannity" Wednesday night, Steve Emerson broke the shocking news that the Saudi national, Abdul al-Harbi, who was first questioned in the Boston bombing, is going to be deported on “national security grounds.” A devout Muslim from Medina, anti-Jihad activist and blogger Walid Shoebat reports that he is a scion of a very powerful Saudi family with terrorist ties. When al-Harbi was first questioned over his possible involvement in the Boston Marathon bombings, it raised the possibility of jihad in Boston. But then, law enforcement started a succession of extraordinary and inexplicable actions. Apr 18, 2013 10:24 AM PT

The Epic Failure of the Intel Agencies on the Boston Bombing

I find it very disconcerting that thirty-six hours (as of this writing) after the Boston terrorist bombing, law enforcement and counterterrorism officials are running hotlines and calls for "anyone seen with an unusually heavy, dark bag" in the Boston area. Apr 16, 2013 11:34 PM PT


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