By Justin Finch

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Controversial anti-Muslim ads will begin running on the sides of some SEPTA buses Wednesday.

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By the weekend, over 80 buses are expected to feature these ads. They will be mounted on the sides of the buses, despite protests from SEPTA and the local clergy.

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SEPTA says the AFDI bought the ad space for $30,000.

The ad features a photo of a 1941 meeting between Adolf Hitler and a Palestinian Arab activist who backed the Nazi regime. SEPTA tried to stop the ads, but a federal judge ruled the ads can resume.

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SEPTA is urging anyone who may find the ads to be offensive to avoid defacing them, saying this is simply just the law.