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Guelph man gets grocery store to pull National Enquirer issue with 'Islamophobic' cover
Issues of a recent National Enquirer magazine have been pulled off the shelves of a Guelph Zehrs grocery store, after a customer complained the tabloid's front cover was offensive and Islamophobic.
The Enquirer headline read "Muslim Spies in Obama's CIA!" while a sub headline underneath read, "Infested! 55 double agents exposed!"
Guelph's Ryan Johnston was waiting in line to pay for his groceries when he said he was 'confronted' with a headline that he had never seen in Canada.
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