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Muslim leader urges Indonesians to boycott Starbucks over LGBT stand

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A leader of Indonesia's second-largest Muslim organization has called for a boycott of Starbucks, saying that the international coffee chain's pro-gay stand risks ruining the "religious and cultured" core of the Southeast Asian nation.
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