Due to pressure from Fox News' Nichelle Malkin and others, Dunkin Donuts has pulled an ad featuring spokesperson Rachel Ray due to an offensive scarf. Here's the story. Does Dunkinâ€™ Donuts really think its customers could mistake Rachael Ray for a terrorist sympathizer? The Canton-based company has abruptly canceled an ad in which the domestic diva wears a scarf that looks like a keffiyeh, a traditional headdress worn by Arab men. Some observers, including ultra-conservative Fox News commentator Michelle Malkin, were so incensed by the ad that there was even talk of a Dunkinâ€™ Donuts boycott. â€˜â€˜The keffiyeh, for the clueless, is the traditional scarf of Arab men that has come to symbolize murderous Palestinian jihad,â€™â€™ Malkin yowls in her syndicated column. â€˜â€˜Popularized by Yasser Arafat and a regular adornment of Muslim terrorists appearing in beheading and hostage-taking videos, the apparel has been mainstreamed by both ignorant and not-so-ignorant fashion designers, celebrities, and left-wing icons.â€™â€™ The company at first pooh-poohed the complaints, claiming the black-and-white wrap was not a keffiyeh. But the right-wing drumbeat on the blogosphere continued and by yesterday, Dunkinâ€™ Donuts decided itâ€™d be easier just to yank the ad.