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in response to reader comment: Nike and Burger King should indeed change their symbols (if they are still in use).

Submitted by Sharon Fletcher (United States), Oct 14, 2014 at 10:55

BS. We don't have to change anything just because it offends you. Don't go to that restaurant if you have a problem with it. You are looking for reasons to be offended. We have customs and symbols that are part of our culture and I am tired of all the whining and special handling that Muslims in this country are expecting. Assimilate or go to a country that appreciates the religion you practice.

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