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Today's Influence Ads: MEK Supporters and Salt's Benefits

The National Association of Iranian Academics in Britain has a new ad calling upon the United States and the United Nations to ensure better treatment of Iranian dissidents, members of Mujaheddin-e Khalq (MEK), in Iraq's Camp Ashraf. This ad follows reports on the well-financed advocacy effort undertaken by influential supporters of the MEK, an Iranian exile group which is still a designated terrorist group.

The Salt Institute's new ad extols the virtues of salt, including how doctors in emergency rooms use saline drips, and Boeing's new ad about its CH-47F Chinook.

Fair Girls has a new ad today for a petition to get Village Voice Media to stop running ads for sex with girls on backpage.com.

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