Terrorist Front Group CAIR calls Pamela Geller of Stop the Islamization of America "a cancer"

Apparently, the self-hating liberal Jews from the Anti-Defamation League concur. (See video below)

“Pamela Geller uses the same tactics as tobacco companies, hiding the cancerous nature of her agenda behind a smokescreen of feigned concern,” says Unindicted terrorism c0-conspirator CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations)

More from our moderate Muslim brothers who want an Islamic flag of conquest planted at Ground Zero and abhor religious freedom for all, especially Muslims. I am a cancer for human rights activism, free speech advocacy and religious liberty protection.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations in New York says the ads are nothing more than “Islam bashing.”

“Islamophobes are notorious for their cheap tactics that seek to marginalize American Muslims and divide communities,” CAIR Community Affairs director Faiza Ali said in a statement.

“Pamela Geller uses the same tactics as tobacco companies, hiding the cancerous nature of her agenda behind a smokescreen of feigned concern. Geller is free to say what she likes, just as concerned community members are free to critique her tactics and motives,” Ali said.

Speaking at a Tennessee “Tea Party” convention earlier this week, Geller called CAIR an “unindicted co-conspirator Muslim-brotherhood front Hamas-tied” organization.

Although the same campaign caused controversy when SIOA bought ad space on public buses in Miami, New York Metropolitan Transit Authority spokesman Aaron Donovan told CNN that no one has asked the MTA to remove the ads yet.

“We have not gotten complaints on it, to be honest,” he said. Like most ads seen on MTA subway cars and buses, the campaign will run a month. Last April, Donovan remembered, the MTA ran ads for [redacted] — an organization which encourages visitors to explore the Quran and seeks to “challenge popular stereotypes and misconceptions about Islam” — on the subway system.

All subway and bus ads seen on New York City public transportation are handled by a contractor who vets ads with MTA officials before running them, he said. ATLAS SHRUGS