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New York shops sells edible chocolate Jesus, Ganesh Buddha and a mystery other for jihadis

by | 9th, February 2015

Bond street chocolate

“May contain nuts”

 

To New York’s East Village, where you can buy edible chocolate Jesus, Moses, Buddha, Lord Ganesh and the Virgin of Guadalupe.

The edible Mohammad is there somewhere on the shelves, most likely, but spotting him as hard, what his image being banned, and all.

But not everyone is happy:

Bond Street Chocolate storeowner Lynda Stern was recently asked to discontinue her Lord Ganesh chocolate by Universal Society of Hinduism president Rajan Zed. In a press release, Zed stated, “Upset Hindus urge withdrawal of Lord Ganesh-shaped edible chocolate”…

Stern has dismissed the criticism, saying, “All spiritual icons are treated equally in my shop…with honor and respect to the religion.

The New York Times spoke with Queens-based Hindu Temple Society of North America, president Uma Mysorekar. Said he:

“We Hindus look at the universe as eternal and god almighty as one…so we would not say that the lord resides only in that little piece of chocolate. It’s more like when they eat it, the lord comes back to us — he is within us.”

Go for the head first, followed by the trunk, legs and beard.

Or just swallow the whole thing without examining the details first…
PS: ISIS jihadis are also catered for:
ISIS chocolate
Spotter: AnimalNY.



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