Following the jihad attacks in Paris at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters, which were “avenging” the non-prophet Muhammad, a conference took place in which there is no doubt that Islamic Shariah laws were talked about. The conference was the “Stand with the Prophet” conference (which would not allow many members of the media inside) and was attended by known terrorists and members of designated terror groups. Across the way, Pamela Geller‘s American Freedom Defense Initiative hosted a freedom of speech rally that drew thousands in opposition to the conference. Now, in the very spot where the “Stand with the Prophet” even was held, Geller’s AFDI is putting $10,000 on the line for artists and cartoonists who want to portray the vile founder of Islam, Muhammad, with their pen, pencil or paintbrush.
This event has been dubbed as “The Inaugural Muhammad Art Exhibit & Contest 2015.”
“This event will stand for free speech and show that Americans will not be cowed by violent Islamic intimidation,” Geller said. “That is a crucial stand to take as Islamic assaults on the freedom of speech, our most fundamental freedom, are growing more insistent.”