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Topic - Nihad Awad
Claiming an ad campaign now featured on Washington D.C. public buses misrepresents their faith, a leading Muslim anti-discrimination group announced a counter ad campaign of its own on Wednesday.
Nihad Awad, executive director of CAIR, told reporters at a briefing Wednesday morning that the anti-Islam ads "are not what this city is about.
"This is a propaganda campaign designed to incite hatred against American Muslims, and this campaign has been based on false information, taking things out of context from the Quran," said Nihad Awad, National Executive Director of CAIR.