Stalwart Pamela Hall was caught on a remarkable video defending the New York City subway ads of the American Freedom Defense Initiative from the unhinged anti-free speech jihad of "liberal Muslim" Mona Eltahawy.
Ms. Eltahawy objected to the ad depicted below.
But the jihad pathology identified and held up for opprobrium in the ad was captured in this graphic discussion of jihadist carnage "celebrations" by the Palestinian Muslim masses, excerpted from Dr. Raphael Israeli's 2003, Islamikaze-Manifestations of Islamic Matryrology:
...few outsiders have paid attention to the makeshift stage, erected at the terminal of those processions, which bring to their climax the celebrations. Often the latest target they destroyed, for example an Israeli bus loaded with dozens of passengers on board, is meticulously reconstructed in paper, cardboard and cloth, painted so as to imitate the original, and then set ablaze to the lunatic cries of delight of the watching crowds. All the while, the perpetrators of the actual horror against the real Israeli bus, or more often their successors, who wished to cultivate the "heritage" of the deceased Islamikaze, run around the stage in frenzy, shoot long bursts in the air as if possessed by some other worldly power, shout blood-chilling war cries, repeatedly invoke the Power of Allah, smash the burned carcass of the bus and stab with bayonets the "remnants" of the slain "passenger," whom they, or their fellow kamikaze had earlier slain in reality.
Even these horrendous scenes, taken from a different reality than the one known to civilized people, can be "improved upon" by the Hamas. In Nablus, during the Palestinian Intifadah that broke out in October 2000, a most disturbing "exhibition" was presented to the general public in the city public square, which showed in inhuman detail the replicas of blown-up limbs and body pieces of Israelis who had perished in a restaurant by Hamas Islamikaze. It was only the reports of the deeply disgusted foreign correspondents, and the protests of the Israelis who did not want to relive that horror by seeing it replicated on the screens, which convinced the Palestinian Authority to move the exhibition indoors, not to close it down, and arrest its promoters.
The actual jihad savagery is far worse than conveyed in the ad's comparatively staid language, Mona Eltahawy's raging denial notwithstanding.