"Anti-jihad" activist wants cartoons on buses.
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As of tomorrow morning, Adolf Hitler is getting some company on buses in D.C.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, purchased a month-long ad buy on more than 20 Metrobuses on routes in the District with a message of inclusiveness, according to Ibrahim Hooper, CAIR's national communication director.
Those ads are responding [...]
She's back! "Anti-jihad" blogger Pamela Geller, whose definition of jihad seems to be "everyone who is Muslim," could soon run a set of controversial ads in the District. No, not that one. Not that one, either.
This time, Geller is mad about a series of "Israeli Apartheid" ads that have run in New York. In response, [...]
Have you figured out yet what "anti-jihad" blogger Pamela Geller thinks of Islam? If the "savages" ads and the World Trade Center ads didn't make the picture clear, you're in luck: Geller and her group are returning to the Metro, this time with a campaign modeled on a pro-Muslim campaign currently in the system.
Geller's new [...]
The cycle spawned by the Muslim savage ads on the Metro is about to get even more incendiary. The American Freedom Defense Initiative, the group behind the original ads, wants to launch a whole new ad campaign, this time with evocative images of the Twin Towers.
The new ad, which uses a menacing quote from the [...]
The controversial, allegedly Islamophobic ads created by the American Freedom Defense Initiative must be posted in the Metro system by Monday afternoon, despite objections, according to a federal judge's ruling this afternoon.
"Everybody dance now!" declared blogger and AFDI co-founder Pamela Geller after the victory. Judge Rosemary Collyer's ruling cites the First Amendment in ruling against [...]
New York's transit system is facing a vandalism miniepidemic over some Islamophobic ads. The ads have been plastered with "racist" stickers, and writer Mona Eltahawy was arrested Tuesday for spray-painting them.
When the ads come to D.C.—and they probably will, despite opposition from Metro—will the city see a similar wave of vandalism?
No way, emails blogger and [...]