WPC14 Islamist Speaker Bashes Activists Pamela Geller & Robert Spencer – Pamela Geller Responds (Video)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Friday, May 16th, 2014 at 8:00 am

During his White Islamophobia workshop at the White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, Amer Ahmed personally attacked conservative activists Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer for their work fighting back against the radical Jihad movement in America.

We have these peddlers.  These Islamophobes who make it their career now peddling hate.   We have Robert Spencer… and he’s with Pamel Geller who gets access to media.  It’s interesting because Muslim people are a group of people you can vilify and there isn’t an outrage.  She put up these posters in subways and things like that, that say, “In the war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man.”

This was part of the indoctrination of students and teachers at the annual white privilege in March.

Blogger, author and activist Pamela Geller wrote us with this response to Ahmed’s offensive accusations.

It is absurd to mention me and my work in the context of “white privilege,” and shows how deeply dishonest the entire “Islamophobia” initiative really is. Is it “white privilege” to speak out in defense of the victims of Boko Haram’s jihad in Nigeria? The world knows about the abducted schoolgirls, but for years I was one of the very few people who were chronicling their numerous atrocities, and defending their victims. Is it “white privilege” to stand up for the victims of the Westgate Mall jihad massacre in Nairobi? Or the Mumbai jihad massacre in India? Or the thousands of victims of the jihad in Thailand?

This is a ridiculous attempt to perpetuate the myth that opposing jihad terror is “racist.” What race is jihad terror? What race is hijacking planes and flying them into buildings? What race is abducting schoolgirls? By condemning opposition to jihad as “white privilege,” the people at the white privilege conference were aiding and abetting murder and oppression.

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