By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Anti-Islamic ads could soon be coming to a SEPTA bus near you. Wednesday a federal court judge in Philadelphia sided with a New Hampshire based non-profit on its claim that it has a first amendment right to run bus ads linking Muslims to Hitler.

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The ads include images of Adolf Hitler and read “Islamic Jew Hatred: It’s in the Quaran.” While they may be incendiary to some, a federal court judge wrote they’re perfectly acceptable under the first amendment.

“He agreed with us on all the issues,” said attorney Robert Muise.

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Attorney Robert Muise represents plaintiff American Freedom Defense Initiative. The group has filed more than a half dozen lawsuits against transit authorities across the country over anti-Islamic ads. SEPTA refused to run their ad saying it disparaged Muslims, but the court held the buses are public forums — so SEPTA cannot censor AFDI’s political speech.

“He found the restriction on our client’s speech to be content based and unconstitutional,” said Muise.

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Muise says his clients hope to run the ad. Spokesperson Jerri Williams says SEPTA is disappointed, but is evaluating whether to appeal.