Sunday, January 13, 2019

Amazon removes bath mats, doormats after reports that products were offensive to Muslims

Amazon yanked certain products from its online marketplace after the Council on American-Islamic Relations pointed out that the merchandise was offensive to people within the Muslim community.

What's this merchandise?

The organization issued a statement Thursday asking Amazon to remove the offending merchandise, which included bath mats, doormats, and other similar merchandise that featured references to Muhammad, the founder of Islam.

A portion of the statement said, "The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today asked online retailer Amazon to remove a number of doormats and bath mats imprinted with Islamic calligraphy, references to the Prophet Muhammad and verses from the Quran, Islam's holy text."



Anonymous said...

I have no respect for Arabs or Muslims.

Bill R. said...

If Muslims don't like them they don't have to buy them.

Bird of Paradise said...

Whinging little liberal snowflake offend us all with their constant whining

Stan B said...

That "Liberals" are in bed with these people is Mind Boggling. The greatest perpetrators in the modern world of Religious Intolerance and Suppression of Rights (women, gay, etc...) are Muslims - and yet they have convinced the left that they are a fellow "victim" group.

Spurwing Plover the Fighting Shorebird said...

just wait until two gay men start kissing and watch as they get carried to the top of a tall building and thrown off