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Anti-religion signs at Dairy Queen spark controversy
by Jennifer Bauer
There are two large signs prominently displayed by the front door and cash register of the Dairy Queen restaurant in the 1100 block of State Highway 146 in Kemah. Another, much smaller sign, is hanging up by the drive-thru window and a fourth sign sits out front by the parking lot.
The signs show several pictures, religious and political leaders and flags but one of the signs specifically mentions Hinduism.
"Racism is the foundation of Hinduism," said Mohammad Dar, owner of the restaurant.
Dar is Muslim and insists his messages are not opinion but fact. He said along with ice cream he wants to serve up some education to his customers and that's all he's trying to accomplish with his signs.
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