An "Islamic frittata" campaign lampooning a conservative firebrand's anti-Muslim posters is set to debut in city subways Tuesday.

Documentary filmmakers Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah say they will post 144 posters in 140 subway stations thanks to roughly $20,000 raised through crowdfunding. The posters bear messages like: "The ugly truth about Muslims: Muslims have great frittata recipes."

They come in response to Pamela Geller's ads with the message "Killing Jews is worship that draws us close to Allah" alongside an image of a menacing Muslim.

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