Here's a glimpse of the enemedia coverage of our anti-jihad ads.
New York Magazine snarks at the "timing," as if there were a good or better time to blaspheme. When, then? After the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, when there were no "provocations"? After the Cole bombing? After 7/7 in London? After 3/11 in Madrid? After the Fort Hood jihadi? After the Times Square bombing? After the Christmas balls bomber? After the teacher inadvertently named a classroom teddy bear Muhammad (at the students' request) and became a target for death and the object of rioting across the Muslim world? After the Fogel murders? After Ambassador Stevens and three US diplomats were murdered? After a youtube video that offends Muhammad? After Danish moe-toons? After French moe-toons? After Swedish moe-toons? When is it OK to blaspheme under the sharia? Anytime.
Now Seems Like a Great Time for an Anti-Muslim Subway AdUPDATE: And the Daily Mail here."Anti-jihad ad urging people to support 'civilized man, not the savage' gets go-ahead to be plastered on New York subway"New York Magazine - 2 hours agoDefeat Jihad" ad, which has been "deferred" in Washington, D.C. due to current events, is the work of the Pamela Geller–led group American Freedom Defense Initiative, whose past work includes signs that say, "It's not Islamophobia, it's Islamorealism.New York subway stations to display anti-Jihad adNBCNews.com) - 43 minutes agoPamela Geller, executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, said in an email to the Times that that transit officials in Washington were "kowtowing to the threat of jihad terrorism." Recent events in the Middle East have not given her pause "for ...NY transit authority weighs options on anti-Islam subway adJewish Telegraphic Agency - 3 hours agoThe ad is sponsored by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, or AFDI, whose executive director, conservative blogger Pamela Geller, is a fiery critic of Muslims, liberals and mainstream Jewish organizations. In 2011, the Southern Poverty Law Center ...Pro-Israel Ads Call Jihad 'Savage,' Coming Soon To NYC SubwaysInternational Business Times - 1 hour agoThe ads were paid for by American Freedom Defense Initiative, an activist group run by Pamela Geller, the author of the Atlas Shrugs blog who is known as an outspoken critic of Islam. Initially, the MTA refused to run the ads, but in July a Manhattan federal ...Ad Calling Jihad 'Savage' Is Set to Appear in SubwayNew York Times - 15 hours agoPamela Geller, the executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, said in an e-mail Tuesday that transit officials in Washington were “kowtowing to the threat of jihad terrorism.” She added that recent events in the Middle East had not given her ...Anti-jihad ads to appear in subwaysUPI.com - 5 hours agoPamela Geller, executive director of the group, told the Times in an email Washington transit officials are "kowtowing to the threat of jihad terrorism." "Freedom must be vigorously defended," she said. Recommended Stories. Chicago teen charged in attempted ...
UPDATE: More enemedia coverage: Ads criticizing "Jihad" bound for New York City subway stations Reuters
Subway Ad Calling Jihad 'Savage' To Appear In New York City Huffingtonpost.com