Let the law and courts handle socks issue


MY worries were confirmed when I read a report about a petrol bomb that was thrown at a KK Mart convenience store in Bidor, Perak, on Tuesday – presumably in reaction to the controversy over the chain selling socks printed with the word “Allah” on them (“Molotov cocktail thrown at KK Super Mart outlet in Perak”,

The Star, March 26; online at tinyurl.com/vnwhxz39). Luckily, the bomb did not explode.

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