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Submitted by Kashf al–Haqq (United Kingdom), Mar 16, 2006 at 19:50

I must confess I balked slightly at the whole Allah on a shoe thing (feet carry the stigma of disrespect because we walk on them) but it strikes me as ridiculous that people feel 'offended' but logos shaped like the Arabic for Allah.

As a muslim it delights me to see Allah 'written' in nature, on the sides of fish, inside tomatoes, on mountains, the sea, etc. so why would I not take delight in humans 'deliberately' writing Allah on their products? The more people walk around with Allah written everywhere the more fun I'll have!
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