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Protestors want bible banned after violent game is pulled from shelf

Close to 13,000 people have signed a petition in Australia calling for Target to ban the Bible from its stores.

The protest comes from gaming enthusiasts after Grand Theft Auto V was banned from Target and Kmart this week due to its violent content.

The petition, which is posted in change.org, claims the "sickening" religious book encourages readers to "commit sexual violence and kill women".

News.com.au reports the disgruntled gamers are also calling for Target to change its "violent name and aggressive logo", a petition to ban all knife sales and a demand for a ban on Fifty Shades of Gray.



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