Apple often changes its mind about what should and what shouldn't be in the App Store. The latest victim of such a shift is iSlam Muhammad, an app that according to TUAW:
apparently depicted images of the prophet Muhammad (forbidden by Islam) and outlined disturbing passages from the Qur'an. It's surprisingly similar to BibleThumper, a Christian-bashing app that remains in the App Store.
Doesn't sound right, but anyway that's not the story. The story here is that its developer contacted Apple over it and recorded the call for us to enjoy. I'm pretty sure that's illegal, but still, it's priceless. Check it out:
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