Daily Mail blames “Islamophobic” Pamela Geller for jihad plot to behead her over “offensive” free speech event

This is why I call the Daily Mail the worst paper in the Western world: it reports with unusual accuracy about jihad plots and attacks, but then it turns around and vilifies anyone and everyone who actually opposes jihad terror. Geert Wilders and I have been its targets in the past, and now it’s Pamela Geller.
Look at all the qualifiers in the Daily Mail headline: yes, an ISIS recruit plotted to behead Pamela Geller, but she is “Islamophobic,” and her “Prophet” Muhammad cartoon contest was “offensive.” So you can see how she had it coming, eh, Daily Mail?
The Daily Mail follows the universal establishment media practice of referring to Muhammad as “Prophet Muhammad,” as if he were everyone’s prophet now. Well, he isn’t, and the actual name of the event was the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest. Its purpose was not to be “offensive,” but to take a stand against violent intimidation, and to show that at least some people in the West will not be silenced by bullying.
We were standing for the freedom of speech, and the Daily Mail calls that “offensive.”
“Rovinski, of Warwick, Rhode Island, testified against Wright, telling jurors that Wright said Geller ‘deserved to be beheaded’ because she insulted Mohammad.”
Apparently the Daily Mail agrees with them.
The Daily Mail is a key indication of why we are in such a fix in the West today.

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