Skip to comments.Excellent PSA exposing extortion of Halal Certification
Posted on 08/30/2013 9:42:12 AM PDT by wtd
Understanding Halal Certification Schemes
Please note this is not about halal food. Q Society's spokesman Andrew Horwood points out: "Halal food itself is not of concern. Nearly all our food is naturally permissible to Muslims and observant Muslims can make food of unknown origin halal by proclaiming 'bismillah' over the food before eating.*
What is of concern are the recently invented certification schemes, designed to permeate the supply chain from feeding trough to super market shelves and restaurant kitchens; including many non-food goods and services.
According to meat industry groups and research, two thirds of chicken and lamb meat and over half the beef sold in Australia now comes from Halal-certified suppliers. Most dairy products as well as other food and many non-food items are certified to sharia standards, but not always labelled.
Islamic organizations have estimated the value of the global halal certification market at USD 2.3 trillion in 2013, growing by 20% per year. No other religious group has imposed a similar tax-like scheme on the general public.
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I am of the opinion that Halal meat has been sacrificed to the moon god death cult idol, Allah. Further, that as a Chirstian, I should not eat food sacrified to idols, I can not and will not eat anything labeled Halal.
Also, does anyone know how to cure a pain in my chest and left arm?
So you’re saying they can just wash it down with Pepto bismallah?
Halal certification extortion extends well beyond the slaughterhouse. Watch the entire video for the jawdropping facts.
Unfortunately, as revealed in the video, these halal certifications extend well beyond our carnivorous appetites. The halal tax is imposed on everyday items as well as the transport of such. Each of these certifications increases sharia-creep coffers to further expand sharia compliance at the expense of non-Muslim compliance.
As stated in the post -
"Islamic organizations have estimated the value of the global halal certification market at USD 2.3 trillion in 2013, growing by 20% per year.
I won’t knowingly eat death-cult certified food. What do we look for on the label?
Perhaps someone who knows how to post images can post these examples (I've tried using the FR html toolbox and consistently fail to post images):
Also, ZABIHAH is an excellent guide to stores and restaurants that sell halal products