Pamela Geller and Usama Shami agree one thing: The Phoenix mosque where anti-Muslim protests occurred last week is not truly understood.

That's about the only thing they agree on.

Geller, who describes herself as a free-speech advocate, organized a "draw the Prophet Muhammad" contest in Garland, Texas, last month. She notes that the two men who were killed after opening fire at that event had worshipped at the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix, and that two other former members of that mosque are in prison on what she called "terrorism-related charges."

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