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    Posted December 21, 2013 by
    babak121
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    Dollar Tree Sells Book attacking the Koran

     
    This afternoon (12/21/2013) I went for a walk with my partner and stopped into my local Dollar Tree store to pick up gift bags. My partner walks into a different aisle where they have a few books on display. He quickly returns to find me. He is disturbed while holding a book called "9/11 Verses -- Terrorist Teachings in the Koran" by Karl J. Trautwein. Neither my partner nor I are religious. But we have no tolerance for discriminating books or items to a group of our society.

    This Dollar Tree is located on the corner of Magnolia and Laurel Canyon Drive in Studio City, CA. I quickly told the cashier who was very apologetic. She called her manager immediately, who he just stared at me and walked away with the book without saying anything to me. I requested for him to inform his superiors of such a book on their shelves. He didn't understand how offensive this book can be. I was and still am puzzled how people can discriminate a group of our society in such and allow such a book be sold in such a public place. If all groups of society decided to attack one another in such a manner what would become of our beautiful America?

    I truly hope the store removes the books from their shelves.
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