Satirical ad 'cures' Islamophobia with gum

If diagnosed with Islamophobia, a US civil rights organisation has the cure for you in chewing gum

Satirical ad 'cures' Islamophobia with gum

World Bulletin / News Desk

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), America's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization has launched a satirical public awareness campaign to challenge growing Islamophobia in America.

Says CAIR on their website  "Prompted at least in part by anti-Muslim rhetoric employed by public figures like Donald Trump and other GOP candidates we decided to launch Islamophobin. With Islamophobin, we hope to dispel a serious problem with a witty and humorous manner. Buy and distribute Islamophobin to help us dispel Islamophobia".

Labelled as “a multi-symptom relief for chronic Islamophobia,” the over-the-counter medication ( in actual fact a sugar-free chewing gum) is available online and its “maximum strength formula” is designed to treat “blind intolerance,” “unthinking bigotry,” “irrational fear of Muslims” and “U.S. presidential election year scapegoating.”

Güncelleme Tarihi: 26 Mayıs 2016, 11:07