Amazon removed doormats featuring Qur’an verses from sale because of demand from Hamas linked CAIR.
Isn’t this kinda how sharia law works?
Bye bye Amazon, I’m finished with you.
— Tony weese (@weese_tony) January 7, 2019
Doormats featuring verses from the Quran were promptly removed from Amazon on Friday.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations complained to Amazon on Thursday about more than a dozen bathroom and outdoor mats, which carried verses and the word Allah in Islamic calligraphy.
“CAIR received complaints about the items, which are offensive to Muslims because the Quranic verses would be stepped on or otherwise disrespected by customers,” the advocacy group said in a statement.
A spokesman for CAIR, Ibrahim Hooper, said the retailer assured him that the links to those products had been removed and that Amazon was conducting an audit of its site.
The products weren’t offered by Amazon per se but by independent resellers.
A spot check by The Post showed that the items CAIR flagged were indeed gone.
But CAIR forwarded other questionable items to Amazon on Friday, including a toilet seat with an image of the Quran as well as a bathroom floor rug and a towel set with an image of the holy book. More
Digital book burnings?
— Dan Abrahamsson (@AbrahamssonDan) January 5, 2019
Amazon sinks to all new lows. CAIR has ties to terrorist organizations Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood. It should be wiped clean from American soil.
We all see what acquiescing has done to Europe. Now the same thing is happening right here in the United States. All anyone has to do is crack open a history book to know the truth.
Islamic text is offensive?
— Diane Weber Bederman (@DianeBederman) January 5, 2019
Apple removed Christian app because activists say they offend LGBT community. Did you write about that?
— Mimi Chan (@borodostone) January 5, 2019
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In USA we are granted Freedom of Speech. Even offensive speech! Stop censoring and punishing us, when we offend you.
Don’t worry 99% of us won’t buy the offensive items. Don’t police us!
— Gerri (@gerrijean1) January 5, 2019