WASHINGTON – A man believed to be a British ISIS leader tweeted out the home address of anti-jihad activist Pamela Geller, a WND columnist and head of the American Freedom Defense Initiative.
It was the latest in a series of death threats and intimidation tactics by Islamists against Geller. This one came just hours after a third man linked to a plot to kill her and Boston cops was arrested.
“#GoForth,” the Tweet urged, via a hashtag, after revealing Geller’s New York City address, apartment number and all. The Twitter account that sent out the address has since been suspended.
In May, two gunmen were killed and one security guard was injured in Texas during a “draw Muhammad contest organized by Geller. ISIS soon after claimed responsibility for the attack at the private event.
The contest in Texas was organized months after the January Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris, where nearly a dozen staffers were killed for the satirical publication’s provocative depictions of Muhammad on a series of the tabloid’s covers.
The two men charged in Boston with the plot to kill Geller reportedly were working with a third man who was killed by police last week.
Monday WND reported Geller’s monthly security bill to protect her from Islamic extremists is $30,000.
“I can’t go anywhere without a team, without an enormous security apparatus,” she told WND.
WND is awaiting comment from Geller on this latest threat.