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Muslim Dairy Queen owner in Texas installed signs around his business comparing Hindus to monkeys
by Madalyn Mendoza
A Texas Dairy Queen franchise owner who has signs comparing Hindus to monkeys wrapping around his Houston-area restaurant says he is not prejudiced despite calls for an apology from the Hindu community and condemnation from Dairy Queen's corporate office.
Instead, Mohammad Dar, a 65-year-old Muslim, says Hindus are the "racists." There are more than approximately 1 billion people who identify as Hindu, making it the third-largest religion in the world, according to a survey published by Adherents.com.
About a year ago, Dar decided to publicize his self-taught findings — which he says he's been "researching" for 14 years — in a series of displays at his business in order to point out the wrongs of certain religions, specifically Hinduism, he told mySA.com in a phone interview on Wednesday.
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