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PEPSI- the reason they refuse it... LOL

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Submitted by sara (United States), May 12, 2008 at 17:38

Hello Nancy and DNM,

Actually, the reason that the arabs/muslims do not want to drink PEPSI is not because the name is Jewish, or owned by Jews... it is far more ludicrous than that. One of the myriad conspiracy theories circulating in the muslim world is that PEPSI stands for. Many of the Imams will hold forth about the evils of Pepsi because they claim it is an ACRONYM (they can be very creative, similar to seeing Allah in the Nike Air logo and so forth):

Pay Every Pence (or Penny depending which country they are in) to Save Israel

That is it folks, based on that alone... LOL!

here is a recent post on MPAK UK as well:

Shocking / Bad News : Pepsi and Coca Cola contains extract from Pork (Pig)

Most of the people avoid Pepsi and Coca-Cola for various reasons:-

Because of harmful chemical contents such as excessive carbonates, etc.
Because it is a Jewish product and they are supporting and funding Israel's terrorist activities.
Now there is yet another reason which is more dangerous i.e. "Haraam" contents in these drinks.

The following news article has been published in Al-Riyadh Newspaper on 20 th August 2006. This is the translation of the news article. Please see the attached news in Arabic.

The scientific and medical research says that drinking Pepsi & Cola leads to cancer because the key element is taken from Pigs sausage.The heavenly books Quran, Bible and Torah forbids eating Pork, as it is the only animal that eats dirt, dung and urine, which makes lethal and deadly fabric polluted germs and microbes...

see also: Submitted by Mr. Bendada (Netherlands), Oct 23, 2006 at 23:36

If you knew that if you turn the Coca-Cola drink in its back, you'll notice that it says something else, in French it means La Muhammed La Meccah

and if you translate it in American it says: No Muhammed No Makkah . There is more proof about this; just search it in google, and Yes this is true. no wonder Arabs like me dont drink Coke.

About the pepsi, it is made in Israel. if you turn pepsi upside down, and if you put a "A" in the middle it says: Israel, but in Israeli Language itself!, and the Mark with the red and blue sea is meant as the blood of islam and the winning of the jews, there is more proof here , just go to google you'll see pictures of it too. ...

(I rest my case...)

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