Bakery in Pakistan Refuses to Write ‘Merry Christmas’ on Cake

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The company says it was an act of an individual, but the idea that it is wrong for Muslims to wish Christians Merry Christmas is widespread:

Indonesia: Popular Muslim cleric’s Instagram site publishes poster blaming Christmas for natural disasters

France: Five Muslims beat up another Muslim for Christmas dinner: ‘Celebrating Christmas is not Muslim’

Hamas cleric on Christmas: ‘This culture has entered our Muslim countries and erases Islamic identity and faith’

Popular Muslim preacher Zakir Naik: If you say ‘Merry Christmas,’ ‘you are building your place in hell’

Germany: Muslim cleric says ‘Christmas is an insult to Allah’

UK: Muslims slam Muslim boxer for celebrating Christmas

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“Karachi bakery chain Delizia ‘taking action’ after staffer refuses to write Merry Christmas on cake,” Images, December 22, 2021 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The management of Delizia, a Karachi-based bakery chain, has responded to an incident at a branch in DHA in which one of its workers refused to write ‘Merry Christmas’ on a cake.

The incident was reported on Facebook group Voice of Customer PK by a woman.

The post said she had visited the Khayaban-e-Jami branch of Delizia to buy a cake but when she asked them to write ‘Merry Christmas’ on it, the worker refused and said he was not allowed to as he had been given an “order” from the kitchen.

There was an uproar on social media following the post in which many people expressed their shock and anger.

Senior management at Delizia spoke to Images about the incident and said it was the act of an individual. “At the moment we are taking action against him. It was done in an individual capacity and is not company policy. It may have been done due to lack of education and awareness that ‘Merry Christmas’ means wishing someone a happy Christmas, nothing else.”

The senior management official said there is nothing wrong with wishing someone a merry Christmas and expressed their sorrow at the incident. The company plans on releasing a statement on social media “soon” to address the incident and clarify its stance….

This article by Robert Spencer originally appeared on and is republished with permission. ©All rights reserved.

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