ISIS Jihadist Tweets Pamela Geller's Home Address, Urges Followers to '#GoForth'

"I'm not worried about taking a risk. It's more important to defend our way of life."

International Business Times (IBT) reports that a man believed to be British Islamic State jihadist "kingpin" Junaid Hussain tweeted free speech activist Pamela Geller's home address, apartment number and all, accompanied by the hashtag "#GoForth."

The tweet came just hours after a third man connected to a plot to kill her and to murder Boston police was arrested. Hussain's Twitter account, under the name Abu Hussain al-Britani, has since been suspended.

Just last month, two terrorists were killed and one security guard injured in Texas during a controversial “Draw Muhammad” contest organized by Geller, who heads a group called the American Freedom Defense Initiative. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack.

IBT also reports that New Hampshire man Jerry DeLemus is planning another "Draw Muhammad" event later this year in spite of the shooting. "I'm not worried about taking a risk," DeLemus said Thursday. "It's more important to defend our way of life in this country, our constitutional rights, for everybody," he said.

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