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◼ Store Honors Islamic Martyr
Claim: Photograph shows a Houston store closed on September 11 to honor one of the 9/11 hijackers....
THE CLAIM IS FALSE.
Origins: The above-displayed sign on a Perfume Planet store at the Harwin Central Mart in Houston, Texas, caused a great deal of consternation (and outrage) among Americans in mid-September 2009, the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. Many viewers took the sign's statement that the store would be closed on September 11 "to commemorate to the martyrdom of the Imam Ali" as a mean-spirited insult, interpreting it to mean that the proprietors were shutting down to honor one of the terrorists killed in the perpetration of the 9/11 attacks.
Although the sign was real, its common interpretation was erroneous: None of the 9/11 hijackers was named "Ali," and the word "Imam" is not a name but rather a title that refers to a Muslim religious leader. The Imam Ali was not a modern day terrorist; he was a 7th century religious figure, the cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, whom Shi'a Muslims regard as the first Imam....
Store manager Imran Chunawala was stunned [by the reaction] because the holiday had nothing to do with 9/11.
Then he realized what happened. Imam Ali died on the 21st day of Ramadan in the year 661 AD. It's a somber and significant holy day for Muslims. This year it coincidentally fell on September 11.
"We did not explain enough in the sign because that is the same sign we put up every year on this particular day for this particular reason," said Chunawala.
He apologized for the confusion and put up a new sign thoroughly explaining the martyr they were honoring died in 661 AD.
(T)he store's proprietors remained the targets of hostile criticism over the misunderstanding... the calls keep coming, usually dying down only to pick up when someone starts a new e-mail chain letter.