Where the UK found this pic is beyond me..................
The headline is deceiving: "'Leaving Islam?' bus adverts draw anger in NYC." The only anger they drew was from unindicted co-conspirator, Hamas-linked, Muslim Brotherhood front CAIR. The rest of the article reads well.
They only cite Islamic supremacist group CAIR. When did journalism die? Why haven't they spoken to apostates? Opposing these ads is tantamount to advocating death to apostates.
We are human rights advocates dedicated to freedom of speech, religious freedom, freedom of conscience and equal rights for all. Period. We are anti-sharia (Islamic) law.
'Leaving Islam?' bus adverts draw anger in NYC Telegraph UK hat tip David
Advertisements on New York buses offering help to Muslims who wish to leave Islam have been denounced as a "smoke screen for anti-Muslim bigotry".
The advertisements - paid for by conservative activists - ask readers: "Leaving Islam? Fatwa on your head? Is your family threatening you?" The adverts point to a website called RefugefromIslam.com.
Pamela Geller, who leads an organisation called Stop Islamization of America, said the adverts were designed to help provide resources for Muslims who were fearful of leaving the faith. She said the adverts, which will run on 30 city buses for a month, cost $8,000 (£5,500), which was contributed by the readers of her blog, Atlas Shrugs, and other websites.
"It's not offensive to Muslims, it's religious freedom," she said. "It's not targeted at practising Muslims. It doesn't say 'leave,' it says 'leaving' with a question mark."
Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials said Ms Geller's advert had been reviewed and did not violate the agency's guidelines.
But Faiza Ali, of the New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the ads were based on a false premise that people face coercion to remain with Islam. She said Muslims believe faith that is forced is not true belief.
"Geller is free to say what she likes just as concerned community members are free to criticize her motives," Ali said.
Ms Geller has a history of speaking out against Muslims, and the ads are "a smoke screen to advance her long-standing history of anti-Muslim bigotry," Ms Ali said.
Similar posters have run on buses in Miami, and she said adverts were planned for other US cities.
Ms Geller said she had "no problem" with Muslims, but was working to "maintain the separation of mosque and state". She is also among those speaking out against the building of a mosque and cultural centre near Ground Zero in New York.