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Why Boycot Danish Products

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Submitted by Guevara G (India), Jan 29, 2006 at 02:04

Thats the problem with Fundamentalism. You start ostracizing everyone and anything which YOU perceive to be against. So one part of the Muslim world will boycot Danish Dairy, Danish Coffee, Danish Sweets, Danes in general, Danish Ships,,, in this era of Globalization lets see the level of stupidity some people can go to
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