A Muslim teenager is voicing her outrage after a Starbucks barista allegedly wrote ‘ISIS’ on her coffee cup. Aishah, who only released her first name for safety reasons, said she ordered a drink at a Starbucks inside a Target in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 1 when she received the shocking phrase on her order. The 19-year-old said she was wearing a hijab when she made her order and repeated her name multiple times. But she was appalled when she received her beverage and saw ‘ISIS’, which stands for the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, scrawled on it. ISIS is a terrorist organization associated with radicalized people of the Muslim faith on it. ‘When I first received the drink I was in shock that in this day and age something like this could be written,’ the shaken college student said during a press conference on Monday with a civil rights attorney, slamming the incident as Islamaphobic. Minnesota student Aishah, 19, says a Starbucks barista wrote ‘ISIS’ on her cup at a St. Paul location inside a Target store on July 1. She said she was wearing a hijab and repeated her name several times Aishah said at a press conference… Read full this story
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