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Whole Foods: "We Should Not Highlight Ramadan"

There are 3 comments on the Houston Press story from Aug 9, 2011, titled Whole Foods: "We Should Not Highlight Ramadan". In it, Houston Press reports that:

No "Ramadan Mubarak" wishes this year from Whole Foods. Under pressure from right-wing bloggers who blindly associate Ramadan and Muslims with terrorism and burqas, Whole Foods has sent an email to its stores across the United States in which it specifically tells stores not to promote Ramadan this year.

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Since: Aug 10

Decatur, GA

#1 Aug 10, 2011
Only people who shop at Whole Foods are those with more money than brains.
AmericanRealist

Hollywood, FL

#2 Mar 22, 2012
Good. Thank you, Whole Foods. I will continue to shop your stores. :)
aur56

Monett, MO

#3 Mar 22, 2012
So much for freedom of religion. Christmas-OK hannukah-OK . Muslim holidays- not Ok??? This is America, celebrate ALL relious holidays or celebrate none. MAke up your minds. ALL muslims are NOT terrorist. Small minds think small thoughts.

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