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McDonald's, Starbucks refute 'boycott' SMS
Sun, Jan 11, 2009
The Straits Times

by Nur Dianah Suhaimi

A phone text message making its rounds among Singaporeans has been calling for the boycott of McDonald's fast-food outlets and the Starbucks coffee chain, claiming the two American companies are financially supporting the Israeli offensive in Gaza.

The message claims that the two firms will be donating all their profits in the past week to the Israeli army. The same message has also been circulating on Facebook.

 

 


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