Geller on ISIS Tweeting Her Address: 'I Won't Be Intimidated Into Silence'
The home address of blogger Pamela Geller was tweeted by ISIS terrorists just days after Boston police killed a knife-wielding jihadi who threatened to behead her.
According to the Daily Mail, Geller's New York address was posted on a Twitter account linked to British-born Islamic State fighter Abu Hussain al-Britani. Twitter suspended the account on Friday shortly after the post threatening Geller appeared.
Geller told Greta Van Susteren tonight that she is "deeply concerned."
"I've made additional security arrangements of course. But I will not be intimidated into silence," Geller stated.
Geller asserted the threats against her life have increased because she "is violating the blasphemy laws under the Sharia."
"Islamic jihadists wish to kill me to set an example that if Americans do not submit to the blasphemy laws under the Sharia, they too will be targeted for death," Geller said.
Geller contends this is about standing up for "freedom and the First Amendment."
"They want to kill me, they want to kill anyone who does not submit to the Sharia. This is why Americans must stand-up. I have no intention of backing down. I will not be intimidated into silence," Geller stated. "I don't want to die, but I don't want to live as a slave."
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