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Koran at Borders

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Submitted by Mike Z (United States), Apr 3, 2006 at 22:41

There's a Borders near us. I asked a night manager about the Koran thing, and he said he hadn't heard anything about it. However, it just happens that section K! is on a top shelf (where the Koran is).

I should note that the Bible is also on a top shelf - actually, a whole bookcase).

What's more interesting is that the next day I went in to see the day manager, and all the Korans (about 4 or 5) were off the shelf. I didn't follow up.

I invite anyone living near a Borders to check their store out. With the number of different layouts, it would be an extreme coincidence if all their K1 sections were on a top shelf.
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