CHICAGO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - A car dealership in Ohio has decided not to run a commercial proclaiming a "jihad" on the U.S. auto market, a Muslim activist group said on Monday. The Ohio Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations released a letter from the dealership offering an apology and saying the radio ad, which had never been aired, was a misguided attempt at humor. "We appreciate the dealership's constructive reaction to feedback about the proposed advertisements," said ...
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