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Iran Chooses Apple

Intel, IBM, and Coca-Cola are too ‘Zionist’

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As part of its “Palestinian support law,” Iran has outlawed products made by Intel, Coca-Cola, Nestlé, IBM, and other “Zionist companies,” by which the Islamic Republic means companies, mostly American, with a strong presence in Israel. Reached for comment, an Iranian citizen said, “They couldn’tve banned Pepsi instead?”

Iran Declares Boycott on Coca-Cola, Intel, and Zionists [Ynet]

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Frayed Knot says:

Don’t Apple computers use Intel processors now? I guess it’s AMD for Iran.

Jason says:

Apple uses Intel, so your headline makes no sense.


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Iran Chooses Apple

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