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Punish the companies that bring religion to public life

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Submitted by Rajeev (United States), Nov 29, 2010 at 01:37

Dear Dr Pipes: Your reader Yoven very correctly raised the issue of Nestle's Halal coffee. Any episode of a corporation surrendering or pandering to Islamist's demands should be brought to limelight. But we should not stop there. How about buy a non-halal, non-nestle coffee during your next shopping trip? That will drive the message home.

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