Boycott of Danish Goods

Feb 15th, 2006, in News, by

The Association of Indonesian National Importers, Gabungan Importir Nasional Seluruh Indonesia (GINSI), has announced a boycott of Danish imports.

This boycott will end after the government of Denmark apologizes to the Islamic community in Indonesia and the world.

The boycott, over the tedious non-issue of the Muhammad cartoons, comes as the vast majority of Indonesian Muslims continued snoring and sleeping peacefully despite the matter.

The Association has about 7000 members and its head is Amirudin Saud who also called on all Muslim countries to join in. Indonesia normally imports about $70 million worth of Danish products, or less than one percent of total imports.

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