May 3 2015
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.
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)
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.