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Submitted by saq (United Kingdom), Apr 2, 2006 at 10:05

i remember sometime back, i was in wakefield, west yorkshire and in the window displays of a designer wear shop, i saw clothes with arabic writing on them. now there is nothing wrong with writing arabic on clothes, but these writing were holy and taken from the koran.
ask your selves why the designers chose to print holy scriptures on clothes. if they wanted to use arabic, they could have written any thing.

also another point i want to make is that nike "is" an anti islamic organisation. its agenda is to fight against islam. this is
the same with coca cola and pepsi. also i can vaguely remember some years back possibly in 1998 nike made a pair of shoes covered completly in holy scriptures.the logo you see on that photo, is clearly deliberate. why would they write in that style. it looks more like allah than the word air.
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