Why a company chairman supported a Prophet Mohammad cartoon event - 2015-05-10

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F349.png Why a company chairman supported a Prophet Mohammad cartoon event May 10, 2015, Tim McLaughlin, Reuters

Shillman said he remains a director of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, whose Jihad Watch website helped organize the cartoon event in a Dallas suburb with activist Pamela Geller's American Freedom Defense Initiative.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which tracks what it describes as extremist groups, has called the Freedom Center's founder, the right-wing commentator David Horowitz, "the godfather of the anti-Muslim Movement." The Freedom Center says it "combats the efforts of the radical left and its Islamist allies to destroy American values."

The SPLC also calls Geller's AFDI a hate group because of the way it talks about and depicts Muslims.

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{{cite news | author = Tim McLaughlin | author2 = Mark Hosenball | title = Why a company chairman supported a Prophet Mohammad cartoon event | url = https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-shooting-businessman-exclusive/exclusive-why-a-company-chairman-supported-a-prophet-mohammad-cartoon-event-idUSKBN0NU0G620150510 | work = Reuters | date = May 10, 2015 | accessdate = February 20, 2019 }}