Pamela Geller's movement finally succeeded in getting the DC Metro to carry her newest advertisements
combatting Islamofascism, which use the picture of Hitler's meeting with Haj-Amin el-Husseini in the past century:
Geller wrote on her website that the campaign – which features an archival photograph of Hitler meeting with Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Palestinian nationalist and Islamic leader of Mandate Palestine — are a response to “the vicious Jew-hating” ads placed on Washington buses in March and April by the Illinois-based group American Muslims for Palestine. Those ads stated, “We’re sweating April 15 so Israelis don’t have to! Stop US aid to Israel’s occupation!”
Geller told The Times of Israel by email that she never considered not responding to the American Muslims for Palestine ad. “When is it ever advantageous to let a lie stand unchallenged by the truth? The truth is always appropriate — now more than ever,” she wrote.
While most commuters will recognize Hitler, far fewer will be familiar with al-Husseini, who was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem from 1921 to 1948, and the president of the Supreme Muslim Council (1922-1937).
“[Al-Husseini] was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Jewish women and children. He raised Muslim armies for Hitler in Bosnia,” Geller wrote. “I hope the ad motivates people to research and learn more about the Mufti and this history of the Jews in Muslim lands. Only then will people begin to understand the root cause of the Islamic war against the Jews.”
[...] The activist wrote that she has received a great deal of support for the new ads, and that there has been no threat of legal action against her. “No. Why would there be?” she replied when asked about the possibility of a law suit. “My ad is factual, and the opposition knows that as well as I do.”
Geller's got a very good idea working on these ads, and is doing the right thing to fight back against that gang of scum in Illinois.
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