Longtime Geller Report (nee Atlas Shrugs) readers know I have spoken little of the impact this fight has had on my life and the personal toll exacted by these devout savages.
I thought it was time to tell my story. This is the story of how a NYC newspaper executive went from an apolitical career girl to one of the most notorious anti-jihadists in the world.
And so I have. And Milo was brave enough to publish it.
If you believe in what I am doing and support the work, buy my book.
Jihadis have tried to kill me a number of times. Right now, as we speak, a jihadi in Boston is on trial for a plot to behead me. And their leftist partners murder my work. YouTube deleted my eleven-year-old account and the thousand-plus videos of work, history and news the media won’t cover. Facebook banned my feed. Pinterest blocked my links. Google adsense suspended my account. Twitter shadowbanned me.
FATWA: Hunted in America is my story. It’s what happens when you take the enemy on head on, speak the truth and refuse to adhere to the barbarian legal code (sharia).
Here are what leaders in the movement have said about the book:
“When Pamela Geller talks about Islam, she does it with both barrels. For sparing us the platitudes when confronting this direct and present danger, she is reviled by society’s bien pensant. In this book, she recounts her adventures in “hate speech,” or as we used to call it, “telling the truth.” It is both an enlightening and gripping tale.” — Ann Coulter, Bestselling Author
“This is a riveting tale of a “controversial” woman. She believes in “controversial” principles such as free speech, and holds “controversial” positions such as the right of Muslim girls in the developed world to enjoy the freedoms of all other western women without being honor-killed, beheaded or otherwise murdered. She is so “controversial” that, when Islamic fanatics tried to kill her in the first ISIS attack on American soil, this country’s appalling and stupid media blamed her for being so “controversial” as to drive people to open fire on her. In a saner, healthier world, she would not be “controversial” at all, but would be recognized as the brave – indeed, fearless – woman she is. This is her story, and splendidly told.” — Mark Steyn, Bestselling Author
“Over the years, many have made their disagreement with Pamela Geller clear. Islamists fear her; adherents of identity politics loathe her. Threatened with death by ISIS, denounced as a “hater” and “Islamophobic” by others, she is fearless. Even her detractors must concede that Pamela Geller has grit, is passionate and determined. She is a formidable adversary of all those seeking to further the cause of Shariah.
In her book Fatwa, Pamela Geller discusses her upbringing, her family, the ideals that drive her, and chronicles her numerous battles with Shariah law and its defenders. Read this book to see an advocate of freedom in action, defending the right to dissent from orthodoxy, as well as the principles that are at stake in defending the free society.” –Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Bestselling author
“How did a nice Jewish girl from Long Island become the Joan of Arc of the counterjihad movement? In this remarkably absorbing page-turner of a book, Pamela Geller tells her story – a story of courage in the face not only of the jihadist enemy but of a veritable army of apologists, appeasers, pacifists, whitewashers, self-styled “bridge-builders,” and assorted cowards, careerists, and sellouts. Armed only with the truth and a passionate love of American liberty, Geller has survived their smears and kept hope alive. It’s an inspiring story that I hope will encourage other freedom-lovers to stand up and be counted before it’s too late.” — Bruce Bawer, author of The Victims’ Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind.
A courageous book by a courageous woman. This is not just one individual’s adventures in defense of freedom – this is a guide for anyone and everyone who is ready to stand for the truth in these days of universal lies. Political correctness is intellectual dishonesty and Pamela Geller isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. —Tomi Lahren, Fox News Contributor and television host
“Pamela Geller’s fascinating book is the vivid chronicle of a courageous woman who fought vigilantly and with fierceness, confronting dangers, threats and vile defamation, to preserve the American soul of freedom and democratic liberties. A most actual record of our perilous time.” —- Bat Ye’or, Historian, author of Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis, and of Europe, Globalization and the Coming Universal Caliphate
“Pamela Geller is a towering hero of freedom. If free people survive into the next generation, which is by no means assured, Pamela Geller will be celebrated as one of those who stood against the tide of Leftism and Islamic supremacism when it was at its apogee. No proper history of the freedom of the human spirit in our darkening age can be written without including her.” — Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad.”
“Free-speech advocates who don’t make waves are not doing their jobs. Pamela Geller writes a guidebook here for Paladins of the First Amendment.” —Ambassador John Bolton
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