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No One Helped A Muslim Teen When A Man Spat On Her, Called Her A Terrorist: Reports
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A man on board a New York City bus allegedly spat on a 15-year-old Muslim girl on Tuesday, pushed her, and called her a “terrorist.” DNAinfo reports police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.




Sixth Circuit: Michigan Can Ban Anti-Islam Ads from Buses
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By Joe Palazzolo

Does First Amendment protect our right to say what we want in advertisements on the side of a city bus?

Yes and no.




Activist arrested in New York for defacing anti-Muslim poster
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Mona Eltahawy, the prominent Egyptian-American writer and activist, has been arrested in New York after spraying paint over a controversial poster on the subway that has been condemned for equating Muslims with “savages”.




Subway Ad Calling Jihad ‘Savage’ To Appear In New York City Stations (IMAGE)
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While outrage continues in the Middle East over the incendiary film, “The Innocence of Muslims,” a new pro-Israel ad denouncing Jihad as “savage” will soon make its debut in New York City’s subway system.




Pamela Geller of AtlasShrugs: Bus Ads Inspired by Ayn Rand’s Racist Views of Arabs and Muslims?
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Pamela Geller so adores the “objectivist philosopher” and author Ayn Rand that she gave her blog the name Atlas Shrugs, in homage to Rand’s book “Atlas Shrugged.”




NY Sikh, Muslim workers allowed religious headwear
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New York’s Sikh and Muslim transit workers will be allowed to wear religious head coverings without an agency logo — after years of legal battles. A settlement was announced Wednesday between workers and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.




Muslims feel growing hostility as 9/11 anniversary approaches and ‘Ground Zero mosque’ is built
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The scent of incense fills the room as the faithful gather quietly for afternoon prayers, their hands turned toward the ceiling, their shoes lined along the back wall.