Monday, August 13, 2007

Hezbollah billboard taken down in Windsor.

Canada: We find out the last minute means a couple of days and some huffin and puffin.

WINDSOR, Ont. - The billboard depicting Hezbollah's controversial leader, which caused an uproar across Windsor, was quietly replaced Monday morning with an advertisement for a car dealership.

The sign was erected Friday morning and immediately drew fire from the Windsor Jewish Community Centre and the Lebanese Christian political group Kataeb.

Among other Lebanese leaders, the sign prominently depicted Hassan Nasrallah, the head of the political and military group representing Shia Muslims.


Can't wait to find out the background story on who got the billboard down so fast.

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