Muslim-created ad campaign is NOT mocking Pamela Geller’s anti-Islam ads, it is reinforcing them

In response to the growing number of anti-Islamic subway ads launched by Pamela Geller, some Muslims in America have decided to launch a campaign featuring ironic and humorous messages displayed on the NYC subway. (‘Humorous?’ Muslims don’t know the meaning of the word humor, let alone use it )


Morocco World News  According to New York Daily News, documentary filmmakers Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah said they would post 144 posters in 140 subway stations thanks to roughly $20,000 raised through crowd funding.

Islam does NOT mean peace, it means submission and YES, we are scared of being forced to submit to Islam
Islam does NOT mean peace, it means submission, and YES, we are scared of being forced to submit to a death cult like Islam

The posters bear messages such as: “Beware the Muslims are coming! And they shall strike with hugs so fierce you will end up calling your grandmother and telling her you love her.”

The campaigners also posted a message with very interesting facts (FALSELY) highlighting the achievements of Muslims. The poster reads, “Fact about Muslims: They invented coffee, the toothbrush, and algebra.” (NO, they didn’t: they-came-they-saw-they-plagiarized-1001-so-called-muslim-inventions-virtually-none-of-which-were-actually-invented-by-muslims)

NO, they didn't
NO, they didn’t

The campaign comes in response to an anti-Islam campaign (below) that featured a series of $100,000 ads on MTA buses with text and images likening Muslims to Hitler.