The decision by the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo to stop publishing any further cartoons of the Islamic prophet Muhammed has been described by some as a “cave, ” but Pamela Geller said it was something worse – an outright victory for terrorism.
“The jihadists won, ” Geller told WND. “We need more cartoons, not fewer. We must stand against this violent intimidation to impose the Shariah.”
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The internationally renowned critic of Islamic extremism and author of “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance, ” expects there will be more terrorism as a result of Charlie Hebdo’s decision to back away from criticism of Islam.
“By surrendering, Charlie Hebdo is showing terrorism works, ” said Geller, a WND columnist.
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