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Draw Muhammad Contest

The Great Muhammad Depiction Ban Scam

On May 3rd, a contest to draw the best cartoon depiction of the Prophet Muhammad was held in Garland, Texas, sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative. It closed with a violent end.

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NYTs Condemns Offending Islam, Profit$ From Mormon Bashing

“The Book of Mormon,” a long-running Broadway smash in left-wing New York City, is the intellectual equivalent to Pam Geller’s Draw Muhammad Cartoon Contest. Both use art and satire to poke a finger in the eye of a particular religion.

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Garland Shooter Nadir Soofi’s Grandmother: ‘He Was A Good Boy’

Nadir Soofi, who, along with accomplice Elton Simpson, attempted to commit mass murder at a “Draw Muhammad” free speech event in Garland, Texas on Sunday, showed no signs of having the potential to carry out such heinous acts, his grandmother said Monday.

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Media Regurgitates SPLC Talking Points to Trash Pamela Geller

After two Muslims armed with AK-47s tried to gun down anti-jihad activist Pamela Geller and attendees of her “Draw Muhammad” contest, the media launched its own jihad against her — with talking points from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the same organization cited as the inspiration of another would-be mass shooter.

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2010 Arizona Muslim Publication: Texas Shooter ‘Well-Liked,’ ‘Kids Adore Him’

“The first thing you notice is the warm and welcoming smile. Any brother standing in the doorway is sure to get a big smile, hearty handshake, and some sort of kind conversation,” Kawthar Ijai wrote in a February 2010 Arizona Muslim Voice profile of Elton Simpson, the man who officials said carried out a terrorist attack in Garland, Texas on Sunday.

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Garland Police Refuse to Identify Suspects in Draw Muhammad Shooting

A tight-lipped Garland, Texas Police Spokesman Joe Harn refused to name either of the two men responsible for an attempted shooting at the Curtis Culwell Center on Sunday, where the Mohammed Art Exhibit and Contest was being held. Harn explained that the two men were shot almost immediately upon opening fire on police, and that no bombs were found in the men’s vehicle.

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