A Muslim woman who ordered a Quran through Amazon.com only to find profanity and religious slurs written on its cover page said Wednesday she wants an apology and a full investigation by the online retailer.Please excuse the following flight of fancy: it's been a long day...
Azza Basarudin, 30, said she received the Quran by mail on May 5 after ordering it through a used books division of Amazon.com that allows customers to order directly from third-party sellers approved by the company.
When she opened the Quaran, Basarudin said she found profanity and the phrase "Death to all Muslims" written on the inside page in thick black marker. Basarudin, a graduate student in women's studies at UCLA, said she was overwhelmed by fear similar to what she felt after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks when her sister and mother were the target of anti-Muslim slurs.
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