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Z
12-26-2005, 05:59 PM
Salaam. Peace and greetings everyone.

Have any of you ever wondered why some shop names have the word 'Islamic' in them? Its always quizzed me as to why some shops have that word in their name. Do they think that by doing so they will get more customers from the Muslim community by implying they're 100% Islamic? Or is it just to give a nice name, a good impression.

There's a bakers in the town of Batley called 'Islamic Bakery'. All it sells is sweets and cakes for tea. Along with traditional Gujarati snacks too. What's so Islamic about that?
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Far7an
12-26-2005, 07:55 PM
:sl:

In the case of the bakery, maybe adding 'Islamic' to the name of the shop shows they sell halal products?
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sapphire
12-26-2005, 07:57 PM
it emphasises that it sells islamic stuf maybe???maybe so people know what kind of stuff it will sell and go in if they need to or not...if you get my point.....
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Muezzin
12-26-2005, 11:24 PM
Originally Posted by Far7an
:sl:

In the case of the bakery, maybe adding 'Islamic' to the name of the shop shows they sell halal products?
I agree.

Maybe some 'Islamic Bakeries' have membaars.

Or maybe not.
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S_87
12-27-2005, 03:53 PM
Originally Posted by Z
Salaam. Peace and greetings everyone.

There's a bakers in the town of Batley called 'Islamic Bakery'. All it sells is sweets and cakes for tea. Along with traditional Gujarati snacks too. What's so Islamic about that?

:sl:
i always wondered that too :-\
havent a clue why.
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