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Taxi ads stir controversy
An outspoken opponent of the so-called ground zero mosque in Manhattan is also taking on Islam in Chicago.
Pamela Geller, leader of a movement called Stop the Islamization of America, asserts that Muslims are increasingly taking over schools, financial institutions and the workplace.
Geller's latest campaign against "Islamization" has appeared in ads this summer on top of 25 Chicago cabs. Beside pictures of young women who were allegedly killed by their Muslim fathers for refusing an Islamic marriage, dating a non-Muslim or becoming "too Americanized" is the message: "Is your family threatening you?" and the Web address of LeaveIslamSafely.com.
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