San Francisco Bus Ad Calls Palestinians 'Savage' — Here's Today's Ad Brief

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San Francisco‘s public transport system will run this bus ad that calls Palestinians “savage.” The city fears court rulings that has previously declared public transport system advertising a First Amendment free speech issue. The ad was placed by Pam Geller’s American Freedom defence Initiative. Geller is the blogger who made the Islamic community centre near the World Trade centre site famous.Zeno Group wins McAfee PR business.

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