AFDI Pamela Geller’s new bus ad campaign – ‘ISLAMOPHOBIA?’

AFDI’s new ad campaign is designed to show the absurdity of the mainstream media focus on Islamophobia amid growing jihad violence worldwide. The charge of ‘Islamophobia’ is used to intimidate people into thinking there is something wrong with opposing Islamic violence.



Pamela Geller  AFDI’s  ads are designed to increase awareness of the nature and  magnitude of the jihad threat, and put an end to the denial and willful ignorance about that threat, so that we can adopt effective counter-terror measures based on that realistic appraisal.

The Muslim groups that complain most loudly about “Islamophobia,” like Hamas-tied CAIR, have opposed every counter-terror program that has ever been proposed or implemented. The ad lists some of the recent victims of jihad. Those people and preventing others from joining them should be our focus, not the fictional “backlash against Muslims” upon which the media always focuses. 

The recent BEHEADINGS  of US hostage Peter Kassig (whose conversion to Islam did not save him) and a host of other hostages prove the point. The Islamic State has threatened multiple times to strike in the US. How long do we have before they make good on those threats?

AFDI wants to get them up in NYC, DC, Chicago, Miami, Houston, and Jacksonville. 



Attention: Pamela Geller

1040 1st Avenue

New York, N.Y. 10022