Monday I reported that an Al Qaeda cleric has called for the death of Molly Norris, the woman who prompted the Everybody Draw Mohammad Day movement. The story in the New York Post mentioned there were eight other individuals also cited in the edict. Foxnews.com is reporting that the woman who created the “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day” on Facebook is one of those eight other individuals. Her name is not being released by the media at the woman’s request.
The Canadian woman told FoxNews.com that she created her page as a way for Facebook users to discuss Islam “openly and honestly” — and that she has lost most of her anger following her initial outrage.
“I was upset at first, but I’m not too upset anymore,” she said. “I kind of got tired of it.”
She said she now realizes her online actions may have put her in jeopardy. Following the recommendation of Canadian authorities, she said she has altered her routines and will consider changing her phone number.
“I have no way of knowing what might happen to me,” she said.