ISIS threaten Islamophobe Geller with threatening message
Anti-Muslim Pamela Geller's life was yet again threatened by ISIS after a leader of the radical terrorist group tweeted her address. A twitter account connected to British-born jihadi Abu Hussain al-Britani posted the address of Geller's apartment in New York City - complete with apartment number - with the message #GoForth. That account has since been suspended by Twitter. The message comes less than two weeks after a Muslim man named Usaamah Rahim was shot and killed by police officers in Boston before he could carry out of a plot to behead Geller for the Islamic State. Geller has drawn the ire of ISIS for her work as the president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) - an organization labeled a Muslim hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center which tracks hate groups. In the aftermath of the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo officers in Paris, France in January Geller organized a 'Draw the Prophet' contest in Garland, Texas. Islamic law states that no one should depict the prophet, be it in sculpture, painting, acting or any other kind of art. The 'Draw the Prophet' competition turned deadly in May when gunmen tried to gain access to the event. Geller and her group later tried to get the cartoon published on the Washington, DC subway network, but transport officials turned down the request. 'There is nothing about this cartoon that incites violence, it is within the established American tradition of satire,' Geller told NBC at the time. According to WND, Geller shells out $30,000 a month on security to protect her from Islamic militants. 'I can’t go anywhere without a team, without an enormous security apparatus,' she told the website.