The words ‘Subhan Allah’ mean ‘Glory to God’in in Arabic.
Why would Christians object to ‘Glory to God’ slogans? Isn’t that part of the Christian thing ?
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Perhaps they object to Arabic, how about gloire à Dieu or gloria a Dios.
All religion is nothing more than someone’s opinion supported solely by a belief that their particular invisible guy agrees with them.
I doubt that London transport would object to a Christian slogan any more than they objected to an accurate statistical statement also shown in the accompanying image.
London Transport’s advertising policy is entirely mercenary, if you pay for the space you get to say what you want.
If you want to say ‘My god has 10% more truth than your god’ you can. There is no requirement for truth on buses any more than in any other advertising media.
One final point.
The church once tried to ban the Life of Bryan and like the book said “as ye sow, so shall ye reap”, or to put it another way: “Screw you too”.