A post on JustPasteIt allegedly by ISIS claims the terror group has “71 trained soldiers in 15 different states ready at our word to attack any target we desire.”
ISIS claims it is responsible for attack in Garland, Texas on Sunday.
The post claims 23 ISIS soldiers “have signed up for missions like Sunday,” a reference to an attack in Garland, Texas that resulted in wounding a security guard in the ankle and the killing of two attackers by a single police officer with a sidearm.
“The attack by the Islamic State in America is only the beginning of our efforts to establish a wiliyah (sic) in the heart of our enemy. Our aim was the khanzeer Pamela Geller and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her; we will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter,” the post signed by Abu Ibrahim Al Ameriki states.
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) May 6, 2015
The post misspells the word wilayah, which translates as authority or governance. Khanzeer is an Arabic word for swine.
Pamela Geller organized the “Jihad Watch Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest” attacked by the alleged ISIS terrorists.
The group responsible for the Draw Muhammad event in Garland, Texas is part of a larger network of neocon organizations working behind the scenes to stoke tension between Muslims, Christians and Jews.
It is indirectly funded by Daniel Pipes’ Middle East Forum, an organization linked to the American Enterprise Institute and the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a spin-off the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. The MEF board of directors includes a number of prominent neocons.
Geller responded to the alleged ISIS post on her blog. She accused the corporate media of denouncing her and her organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative responsible for the contest event in Texas.
“This threat illustrates the savagery and barbarism of the Islamic State. They want me dead for violating Sharia blasphemy laws. What remains to be seen is whether the free world will finally wake up and stand for the freedom of speech, or instead kowtow to this evil and continue to denounce me,” she writes.
“What’s really frightening and astonishing about this threat is that the media in denouncing me is essentially allying with and even cheering on the Islamic State. I expected this from jihadists. I never expected it from my fellow Americans in the mainstream media.”
Despite Geller’s claim she is being denounced by the corporate media, on Wednesday Time Magazine allowed her to respond to critics.
“This is a war,” she writes, and then insists Muslims threaten freedom of speech.
“The attack in Garland showed that everything my colleagues and I have been warning about regarding the threat of jihad, and the ways in which it threatens our liberties, is true. Islamic law, Sharia, with its death penalty for blasphemy, today constitutes a unique threat to the freedom of speech and liberty in general.”