An Islamic charity running a campaign on Greater Manchester buses has responded to critics of its banners - and transport bosses have slammed 'totally unacceptable' racist comments about the ads.
The adverts, currently appearing on 100 of the region's buses, read: "For the Love of Allah save a life now."
The organisation behind them, Islamic Relief, says the ads are a call to support their charity, which offers humanitarian support to people of 'all faiths and none'.
Some people have responded negatively to the advert on Twitter.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has branded some responses 'unacceptable'.
On Sunday night, First Manchester responded to criticism - which included threats to boycott - with an apology.