Pamela Geller: New York City's Shariah cabs

WND © 2011 The taxi jihad continues. Friday the New York Post reported that New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission, or TLC, has submitted to Islamic law. Devout Muslim taxi drivers are now allowed to impose the Shariah yet again on taxi tops and can veto strip-club ads on the roof of their taxis.

Last year, I created a taxi top ad campaign for the victims of honor killings. Muslim cab drivers protested (in obvious support of Shariah) and were taking the signs down. Our ad campaign directed threatened girls to go to, and some Islamic supremacist taxi drivers defaced our signs by cutting out the word "Leave," so that the ad read, "" But not to worry, we bought the URL for that, too.

When I ran this campaign, the Huffington Post wrote it was the work of "Pamela Geller, who has been dubbed the 'Queen of Muslim Bashers'" – uh, dubbed by whom? Yes, you guessed it, by the Huffington Post. They reported that the taxi ads I created to help girls whose lives were in danger were pulled off taxicabs in Chicago, despite the fact that the entire ad campaign had already run in full. No ads were pulled except for those that were taken down by Muslim cab drivers who demonstrated by doing so that they support the death penalty for apostates from Islam.

Even the cab company was against our ads defending girls from honor killing. Yellow Cab CEO Michael Levine rushed to the aid of the Shariah cabbies, saying at the time, "When Yellow Cab became aware of the ads three weeks ago, we immediately called the advertising company and asked to have the ads removed."

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