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NY DAILY NEWS: “Another ad campaign with images of ISIS’ beheadings coming to NYC buses”

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“Another ad campaign with images of ISIS’ beheadings coming to NYC buses,” BY Jennifer Fermino, New York Daily News, November 17, 2014
Pro-Israel blogger Pamela Geller will launch ads Dec. 1 featuring a masked extremist with words from the Koran: ‘When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks.’ She said the $100,000 campaign was planned before the beheading of U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, who was shown Sunday in a video released by ISIS.
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Pamela Geller is launching a new ad campaign Dec. 1 that features a masked ISIS extremist with a knife. Mary Altaffer/Ap Pamela Geller is launching a new ad campaign Dec. 1 that features a masked ISIS extremist with a knife.

The disturbing image of a masked jihadist brandishing a knife will soon be plastered on over 100 buses.

Pamela Geller, the flame-throwing pro-Israel blogger, is launching a new ad campaign Dec. 1 that features a masked extremist with words from the Koran: “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks.”

The ad also features the text, “Is it Islamophobic to oppose these beheadings?”

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American aid worker Peter Kassig was killed by ISIS.

It’s Geller’s second ad campaign featuring images of ISIS’ gruesome beheadings.

Geller said the $100,000 campaign was planned before the beheading of U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, whose body was seen on a video released by ISIS Sunday.
Geller previously ran a campaign about ISIS. Geller previously ran a campaign about ISIS.

Kassig’s murder is evidence the ads are “needed now more than ever,” she said.

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