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"I am Hikind's worst nightmare: a progressive, Palestinian, Muslim American woman," Sarsour said. "I will not submit to fear."
In June, the MTA will pull its last political subway ads, having decided the risk of broadcasting hateful messages to the straphanging masses is not worth the meager funds it pulls in from said ads. This is very bad.
Do they have any idea who they're dealing with?
The ads debut in subway stations today.
Geller says the MTA has violated the freedom of speech of her group, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, and they will sue.
A new round of Islamophobic ads will be placed onto 100 MTA buses and two subway stations next week.
Today, Pamela Geller and her group, American Freedom Defense Initiative, have unveiled their own ad campaign in response to the pro-Palestinian one.
Just in time for Christmas, the Pamela Geller hate parade is clattering back into the subway with a fresh set of advertisements. But this time the MTA has something to say about it.
The MTA has amended its standards to prohibit ads that "would incite or provoke violence or other immediate breach of the peace."
Five people were busted for vandalizing the controversial anti-Muslim subway ads this week, but only one, Mona Eltahawy, spent the night down in the Tombs before being released the next day.
An activist spray-painting over an anti-Muslim ad in the Times Square subway station met some resistance from a counterprotester defending the ads.
Hateful ads are hateful.
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