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Nike Won’t Let You Use ‘Islam’ Or ‘Muslim’ On Your Custom Sneakers

With a pre-production pair of Nike Air shoes in the foreground, Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, gestures during a Washington news conference Wednesday, April 9, 1997, to call for an apology from Nike Inc. for using a logo on shoe samples that resembles the word "Allah" in Arabic. The logo is meant to look like flames for a line of Air shoes to be sold this summer. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson)

With a pre-production pair of Nike Air shoes in the foreground, Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, gestures during a Washington news conference Wednesday, April 9, 1997, to call for an apology from Nike Inc. for using a logo on shoe samples that resembles the word “Allah” in Arabic. The logo is meant to look like flames for a line of Air shoes to be sold this summer. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson)

Nihad Awad – mentioned in the picture’s caption

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