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New Round of "Anti-Jihad" Ads Headed to Metro
by Will Sommer
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 ads are a reaction to the #MyJihad ads sponsored by the Chicago branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which feature characters describing their "jihad" innocuously: "#MyJihad is to build bridges through friendships." In contrast, the campaign sponsored by Geller and her American Freedom Defense Initiative feature more menacing quotes involving people like Osama bin Laden and accused Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan, above.
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