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Nike should not use the name of God like this..

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Submitted by Feeroze Khan (India), Dec 5, 2014 at 23:42

Nike should not put the name Allah on its shoes: it put the word AIR on their Nike Air shoes.

Can you see the word "Air" or not? It is YOU who are recognizing the name there. If it is disrespectful to God to see his name there, it is YOU who are expressing the disrespect!

Govt Should take appropriate action against the company. This is very shameful act.

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