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[ October 17, 2017 ]

Closing arguments set in Pamela Geller beheading plot trial

[ October 17, 2017 ]

If everything is generic non-Islamic “terrorism,” how do we talk about violent Islamic jihad?

[ October 17, 2017 ]

Videos and Photos: NY Muslims and Leftists protest Trump’s National Security Travel Ban (not Islamic...

[ October 17, 2017 ]

Great Britain: MI5 Security Chief warns of ‘intense’ terror threat, Islamic ‘terror attacks are hatched...

[ October 17, 2017 ]

Steve Bannon: Pamela Geller “one of the top world experts in radical Islam and Shariah...

[ October 17, 2017 ]

The Duplicity of Moderate Muslims

[ October 17, 2017 ]

“Moderate” Algerian Journalist: ‘Our Dispute With The Jews Is A Religious One’

[ October 17, 2017 ]

GRAPHIC Video: Muslim teen who deliberately mowed down sidewalk pedestrians GUILTY — vehicular jihad in...

[ October 17, 2017 ]

More victimhood propaganda: Muslim claims his wife won’t leave home alone because of “Trump’s anti-Muslim...

[ October 17, 2017 ]

Jihad in Togo: Several dead after imam who called for violence and murder arrested, victims...

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Trademark Victory in the Supreme Court #SIOA

Today the US Supreme Court ruled in our favor, that the government may not refuse to register “potentially offensive” names (SIOA is not offensive, that is a smear). We have been suing to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) for a number of years but were repeatedly refused because it was considered “disparaging” to Muslims. Longtime Geller Report readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam’).We have been fighting to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) for a number of years but were repeatedly refused because the courts considered it “disparaging” to Muslims. Longtime Geller Report readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam’). Today the US Supreme Court Given ruled that the government may not refuse to register potentially offensive names. Excelsior!

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Supreme Court will hear trademark case directly relevant to Stop Islamization of America trademark

Longtime Atlas readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. We have been fighting to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) but were repeatedly refused because it considered “disparaging” to Muslims. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam.’) Now the Supreme Court is going to hear a…

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Breitbart News: “Facebook Deletes Pamela Geller’s ‘Stop Islamization Of America’ Page After Orlando Attack”

Facebook gestapo: Facebook Deletes Pamela Geller’s ‘Stop Islamization Of America’ Page After Orlando Attack,” by Allum Bohhari, Breitbart, June 12, 2016: Facebook has deleted “Stop Islamization Of America,” a group with over 50,000 members in the wake of deadly Islamic terror attack in Orlando, Florida. The page was run by Pamela Geller, the well-known Islam…

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HUGE Free Speech Victory for SIOA: Federal Circuit Court Reverses 70-Year “Unconstitutional” Ban

Longtime Atlas readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. We have been fighting to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) but were repeatedly refused because it considered “disparaging” to Muslims. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam.’) Today we had a big victory against this fascist-style…

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“Disparaging Trademarks and Free Speech”

The rules have led the agency to reject applications for the name of a rooster-shaped lollipop for having a “vulgar meaning” and “Stop the Islamisation of America” by activist Pamela Geller because it may disparage religious practitioners. Anyone who says anything perceived to be “offensive” to protected classes is fair game now. Washington Redskins, Disparaging…

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SUN TV VIDEO: Pamela Geller on Ezra Levant Discussing Muslim Day Parade Pro-Terror March

  I was on Ezra Levant discussing the gun-toting Muslims at the Muslim Day Parade Sunday. Always planned close to the anniversary of 911, the imagery and terror visuals at this year’s “march” were shocking. The theme of the parade was advertised as Islam and America’s shared common values. But it was anything but. It…

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“STOP THE ISLAMISATION OF AMERICA” Trademark Battle Heads to Supreme Court

In a case with far-reaching implications, our brilliant and singular legal team, the AFLC, filed a writ of petition with the United States Supreme Court concerning the denial of our trademark. Frankly, it is long overdue that the SCOTUS weigh in on the US government’s enforcement of sharia in America. The denial of our trademark…

Offensive Government: SIOA Trademark Application —-> Washington Redskins Ruling

In a bombshell decision this morning, the USPTO cancelled the Washington Redskins’ trademark registrations. According to Forbes Magazine, the Redskins are the third most valuable franchise in the NFL, behind the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots, and were valued at approximately $1.6 billion as of 2013. They have also broken the NFL’s mark for…

Gail Sullivan’s Bigotry and Bias at The Washington Post @g_forcewinds

The bigoted Gail Sullivan kicks off her predictable piece today in the Washington Post  today on the SIOA trademark ruling with “anti-Muslim Pamela Geller….” under the headline “anti-Muslim group.” In this, Sullivan paints all Muslims with a broad brush. My work opposes jihad and sharia. Period. Clearly Sullivan believes that all Muslims support sharia and…

Wall Street Journal on SIOA Trademark Ruling: “Pamela Geller has stirred controversy across the globe….”

WSJ: A three-judge panel ruled that her group “Stop Islamization of America” isn’t eligible for a federal trademark because it said the name suggests an association between “peaceful political Islamization” and terrorism that many Muslims would find offensive. What exactly is peaceful political Islamization, and where has that been a good thing? The court is…

SIOA Trademark Ruling “Unconstitutional”

The USPTO rejected AFDI’s trademark application based on the following analysis: (1) “Islamisation” means converting to Islam or “to make Islamic;” and (2), “Stop” would be understood to mean that “action must be taken to cease, or put an end to, converting or making people in America conform to Islam.” Thus, the trademark, according to…

Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi’s Oral Argument in AFLC’s “Stop Islamization of America” Trademark Litigation

“Listen to Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi’s Oral Argument in AFLC’s ‘Stop Islamization of America’ Trademark Litigation,” AFLC

AFLC Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi presented oral argument on March 4, 2014, in federal court in Washington, D.C., requesting that the court overturn the United States Patent & Trademark Office’s (USPTO) denial of the trademark application for “Stop Islamization of America” and “SIOA.”

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