Our new #MyJihad campaign, about which I wrote in my Monday WND column, was submitted to Chicago Transit on the same day, and Chicago media immediately began scrambling to obfuscate the message.
The notorious shill for Islamic supremacists, Manya Brachear, over at the Chicago Tribune, was the first local outlet to report on the story. As she has done in the past, she featured in her coverage Ahmed Rehab of the Islamic supremacist, Hamas-linked, Muslim Brotherhood front Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). She slobbered and drooled over the dishonest Rehab like a Saint Bernard, enthusiastically printing every lie he told, without ever mentioning Hamas-tied CAIR's unindicted co-conspirator status in the largest terrorist-funding trial in our nation's history, the arrest and convictions of several CAIR officials on terror-related charges, or the group's ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. Good doggie.
Our ads were formulated to tell the truth about jihad – in its mainstream Islamic meaning, warfare against infidels – and counter CAIR's deceptive whitewashing of jihad in its #MyJihad ad campaign. Rehab was furious that his deceptions were being exposed and whined to Brachear: "Geller's attempt to hijack the 'MyJihad' slogan amounts to fraud."