It’s easy to tell if a German company is trying to capitalize on a trend in the Muslim world by featuring a woman in a hijab.
But for some, the hijab might not be the most enticing feature to see in a digital ad.
The ad for a German advertising company featuring a female Muslim woman in hijab, featuring the hashtag #AllahHate, was recently found to be promoting violence against women in the Islamic world.
The company was founded in 2016, and its website boasts of “making an impact” and “creating a new dynamic for advertising.”
However, it also appears to be using hashtags such as #Allahhatemessage, #Islamhatesmurderer and #Islamislamicbeast to push its brand of Islamophobia, according to a complaint filed by a nonprofit called Muslims Against Violence.
#AllahHatemessage is a hashtag that refers to a tweet by Islamic State (ISIS) fighters claiming responsibility for the attacks on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015 that killed 12 people.
#IslamHatesMurderer is another hashtag, meaning “Islam hates murder,” that has become a popular way to promote Islamophobia and xenophobia.
In the complaint, Muslims Against the State of Israel, a nonprofit based in Israel, said the ad featured a photo of a Muslim man with a large black mustache, wearing a head scarf and a face veil.
The caption on the ad stated, “The head scarf is the Islamic head covering, which includes a black head covering with a white skullcap, a black scarf covering the entire head and a white beard.”
The ad was featured on the website of German advertising agency Bewegungs-Bundeswirtschaft, which is part of the Bewehrungsmarket group.
The complaint, which was filed by the Center for the Study of Islamic Cultures, also mentioned another tweet by the ISIS group that appeared to promote violence against people of the Islamic faith.
It read, “A young man in Syria killed a Christian girl in front of her family, and his father said that she was raped by him, so he killed her.
That is a murder.”
In addition to using hashtages such as “Allah hatemessage” and #Allahislamsmurderers, the ad also included a photo from a news report showing a Muslim family walking in front a church, where the woman was sitting.
The group also used the hashtag “Sharia law is law.”
The hashtag #ShariahatesMaid is a popular hashtag that has been used in the past to promote hatred against women and Muslims, according the Center For the Study, but is not yet widely used.
#Shiaislam is the name of an Islamic movement founded in Saudi Arabia, which espouses a strict interpretation of the faith, according its website.
It also has a name that many Muslims consider derogatory, which Muslims have criticized for a long time.
The hashtag is now trending in the U.S., where Twitter users have been using it to call for an end to Sharia law.
#TheBible is a tag on Twitter that says, “I am a believer and a follower of the Bible.”
The tag is usually used in English to refer to those who believe in God, according Twitter’s guidelines.
But in this case, it was used to refer specifically to the Quran, which the group’s logo was based on.
The Muslim group said it was not aware of the Twitter hashtag.
“We cannot comment on this matter because the company did not have the right to do so,” the group said in a statement.
The organization also noted that the tweet, which did not appear to be from ISIS, did not specifically mention violence against Muslims.
The tweet was not immediately available from the account of the German advertising firm.