ISIS, Boston and Pam Geller

Pamela Geller, the anti-Islamist activist has been targeted for beheading by ISIS-inspired terrorist Usaamah Rahim, because she blamed the mosque where the Boston man once worked, for inciting the Boston Marathon bombers.

Thankfully, Rahim was shot and killed in Boston on Tuesday morning by a Boston cop and an FBI agent, who had him under surveillance, after he lunged at them with a knife.

Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev attended the mosque beginning in 2012, the year before their deadly attack at the storied marathon.The imam there, Suhaib Webb, appeared with US-born al Qaeda propagandist Anwar Al-Awlaki at a fundraiser for convicted cop killer H. Rap Brown — aka Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin — two days before 9/11, she said.

Al-Awlaki was killed in a CIA drone strike in Yemen in September 2011. “That mosque should be monitored and surveilled,” said Geller, who was targeted after she organized a cartoon contest about the Prophet Muhammad in Texas.

Islamic Society of BostonPhoto: Douglas Healey

Geller, who heads the American Freedom Defense Initiative, had also sued the MTA to run anti-Islam subway posters, arguing freedom of speech and sparking an agency policy against political ads.
Rahim worked as a part-time security guard at the Islamic Society of Boston for about a month in 2013, said the center’s executive director, Yusufi Vali.
Also Thursday, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans confirmed that Rahim had initially talked about beheading Geller before deciding to target “those boys in blue” — meaning the police force.
Evans defended Rahim’s fatal shooting, saying it “could have saved not only police officers’ lives, but who knows where it could have gone also.”
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