Go over to the American Thinker and read my response to Gay lackeys shilling for sharia:
Gays for Sharia? Pamela Geller, American Thinker, April 5, 2013Over at Salon, Chris Stedman, the Assistant Humanist Chaplain and the Values in Action
Coordinator for the Humanist Community at Harvard, has published a vicious piece attacking me for calling attention to the persecution of gays under Islamic law. This comes just days after San Francisco's Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution condemning my ads standing up for gays. Stedman and the transgender head of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission, Theresa Sparks, could form a new organization: Gays for Sharia.
Stedman is a chaplain? Now that's a mouthpiece: a chaplain who smears and defames. What will Harvard think of next? In Stedman's headline, he calls me a "Crusader," despite the fact that I am...Jewish. That gives you an indication of the quality of Stedman's inflammatory smear.
More indications of how Stedman plays fast and loose with the facts came when he describes me as misrepresenting a proposed Islamic Community Center in lower Manhattan as the Ground Zero mosque. Uh, Chris, it is a mosque, and it's in a building that was destroyed in the 9/11 attacks - that is, at Ground Zero. But don't let the facts get in the way of a good lie. Stedman trots out that venerable leftist, opportunistic, and very well-compensated fundraising machine, the SPLC, that deems every proud patriot a threat (yes, a threat to progressives). And he says that I have spent millions. Not. Even. Close. If I had that kind of money, my ads would be everywhere. In justifying Muslim oppression of gays under the Sharia, Stedman pulls out the old "religion-based bigotry" card, but fails to mention that Christians and Jews are not slaughtering gays under canon law or Jewish law.
It is wild to me that this nasty little man is turning himself inside out to defend an ideology that hangs gays in public, tears their faces off with a razor blade in Gaza and makes them parade down streets with latrine cans on their heads. And he claims I have no support among gays. Let him talk to Michael Lucas, the famous gay adult entertainment magnate. "I just returned from Tunisia (and I travelled half the Muslim world)," Michael wrote me today, "and I think gay Muslims, or I should rather say gay Arabs, would agree with your ads because they know first hand the persecution they undergo on a daily basis, It is a shame that, instead of fighting for the rights of LGBT people in Muslim countries, 'political gays' are fighting against you. You are doing a fantastic job uniting people against evil and waking Americans up. Gays should join your movement."
Go. Now read the rest.