This poster advocates voting yes to a ban on the building of new minarets. (minarette.ch)
A poster advocating a no vote
"The heavens over Switzerland are big enough. No to intolerance. No to the minaret-ban initiative." It was designed on behalf of the Inter-Faith Association, Iras Cotis. (EURO RSCG ZUERICH) Keystone
"Yes to a minaret ban". (minarette.ch)
"Minarets aren't necessary", according to this poster by the ultra-conservative Federal Democratic Union. (FDU)
"States where religious freedom is restricted: don't let it get this far! Yes to religious freedom. No to the minaret ban initiative." - a poster against the ban by the society of minorities in Switzerland. (zVg) zVg
"Stop Islamicisation" says this poster by the Lucerne yes committee
People's Party poster replacing the censored one featuring a woman in a burka and minarets dotted around a Swiss flag.
Stop the madness - Vote no. The poster of a committee of young politicians from a number of parties, under the title Religious Freedom.
"Equal Rights for all" put up by the Christian-Muslim Committee against the minaret initiative in canton Lucerne.
Religious freedom not culture war. No to the dangerous minaret ban. A poster of the Radical Party, referring back to a 19th century struggle between Protestants and Catholics.
"Let's vote 'no' to the ban." argues the Geneva interreligious platform, calling for a "fraternal Switzerland". (uomg.net)
"For our Switzerland. No to the minaret ban initiative. Yes to the war materiel initiative. A poster by the Aargau Greens
A poster fight over new minarets.
This content was published on November 29, 2009 - 13:59
A burka-clad woman, rocket-like minarets shooting from a Swiss flag: A poster by the rightwing Swiss People's Party ahead of a nationwide vote on whether to ban the construction of new minarets in Switzerland has been banned as racist by the city of Basel. Swiss go to the polls on November 29 to decide on the issue.