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原刊於Religion News Service,2015年6月28日

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Washington’s transit system is weighing whether to allow a subway ad featuring a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad that won first prize at an event in Texas this month that was attacked by two gunmen.

The Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority is conducting a a cartoostandard review of an ad submitted by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, Metro n of a bearded, turban-wearing Muhammad waving a sword and shouting: “You can’t draw me!””spokesman Mike Tolbert said Wednesday (May 27).

The advertisement calls for Americans to support free speech, and features a cartoon of a bearded, turban-wearing Muhammad waving a sword and shouting: “You can’t draw me!”

Political blogger Pamela Geller, American Freedom Defense Initiative’s Houston-based founder, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest. She wants the winning cartoon to appear on Washington, D.C., transit ads. Photo by Mike Stone, courtesy of Reuters

Political blogger Pamela Geller, American Freedom Defense Initiative’s Houston-based founder, speaks at the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest. She wants the winning cartoon to appear on Washington, D.C., transit ads. Photo by Mike Stone, courtesy of Reuters

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