At the time of this article's publication, Congress is preparing to vote on a resolution "urging the Government of Burma to end the persecution of the Rohingya people and respect internationally recognized human rights for all ethnic and religious minority groups within Burma."
The Rohingya minority have been the subject of vicious persecution in Burma, which various human rights groups and media outlets have described as ethnic cleansing.
All because this should have been one of the few things with which even the Muslim Brotherhood can agree with the United States on.
"Scroll and read Hamas-CAIR's call for support of US resolution 418 calling for intervention," she writes. "Please contact your Congressmen and Senators and tell them to VOTE NO on resolution 418. We have seen this before. It led to President Clinton sending US troops to fight for the Bosnian Muslims against the Christian Serbs, leading to the establishment of the first Islamic state in Europe (Kosovo)."
Back in reality, Kosovo was in no way, shape or form, an Islamic state. Pamela Geller made that up completely.
Yet even if it were true, Geller's petition to reject the resolution still amounts to an endorsement of ethnic cleansing. That is inexcusable no matter how you interpret it.