Shocked shoppers were told the news after they discovered the Yultide selection had been put on display, and then taken down just days later
A MASSIVE row has erupted after staff at a Woolworth’s branch boasted that they would not have any Christmas decorations this year because it’s now a Muslim store.
Shocked locals in the German town of Dortmund were told the news after they discovered that the Yultide selection including tree decorations and chocolate Santas had been put on display, and then taken down just days later.
When they enquired about the reason, a staff member at the store said: “We are a Muslim business now. We do not want to sell Christmas articles.”
The branch manager Seda Capakcur, 25, told local media no Christmas articles would be sold anymore.
She said: “The Christmas articles are hardly in demand here. Already last year, everything remained unsold.”
Spokeswoman Diana Preisert said: “Woolworth is, of course, not a Muslim company. Christmas merchandise is available from September onwards and should be sold out by the end of December.
“In this branch, however, demand was too low. Therefore the goods were distributed to other branches.”
She said the reason for not selling the decorations was that there were simply no customers left in the area as Muslims had replaced most of the Christians.
The company spokeswoman added that this had created specific “local conditions” that meant low interest in Christmas items from the small number of Christians remaining in the area of Dortmund who were interested in celebrating the festival.
According to city officials, the share of Christians in the total population of Northern Dortmund where the store is located is 29.2 percent.
Over 70 percent belong to other religions or have no allegiance.
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