A conservative youth group at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., says it was framed in an Islamophobic poster that was hung throughout campus.
"On Friday, members of GW YAF were made aware of an Islamophobic poster hung around various campus locations, with our organization's name on these posters," the Young America's Foundation chapter at GW said in a statement. "GW YAF is not affiliated with these posters in any way, shape, or form, and we are disgruntled by their contents. Targeting a religion and attempting to defame another organization in doing so is childish, revolting, and distasteful."
A photo of the poster, shared in a post by Spencer Brown, a spokesman for YAF, shows and explains what a "typical Muslim has." This includes "lasers in eyes," "venom in mouth," "hidden AK-47," "suicide vest," "hatred for women," and "peg-leg for smuggling children and heroine."