Last month, a crowd of angry Indonesian Muslims surrounded a McDonald’s in the capital city of Jakarta, shaking their fists and shouting anti-American slogans at what they saw as a bastion of “globalization” and corporate naughtiness. They were surprised when the franchise’s owner angrily emerged to inform them he was a Muslim himself — and even closes the restaurant every Friday so his Muslim employees can go to the mosque to worship. Speechless, the recently-so-righteous mob wandered away.