Mayor of Tekirdağ boycotts Coca Cola, Fanta served instead…

That’s how it works here in Turkey… They do not seem to know that both drinks belong to same company… Pro-AKP circles started a campaign to boycott Israeli products and their first product to boycott is Coca Cola. Although the latter is not an Israeli company, they believe that Coca Cola “helps” Israel. Thus comes the boycott. I am not sure if this silly boycott will be effective at all…

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