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Halal foods and shariah law

Reader comment on item: Britain's Encounter with Islamic Law

Submitted by Ahmad (United States), Feb 16, 2008 at 07:01

It is shocking to hear that Britain is using diplomatic language in order to avoid offending the Muslims. The Europeans, and the British in particular must learn to call a spade, a spade. So far all the terrorists in recent years are Muslims, or worse still, converts to Islam. The terrorists admit to doing these acts of terror in the name of Allah. This is not only an isolated incident, like say in the US, but also in London and Bali where over 200 were killed. These men are sane, calculative and perfectly conscious when committing the jihad to promote Islam. Why did they do this?Ácʐã…ú~3E

This can easily be traced to the Koran advocating the use of violence and coercion to propagate Islam. The Kingdom of Allah is realised through the sharia law. This starts off with halal food, Islamic banking, etc. For this reason the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams must step down or be sacked.

In multi-cultural secular Singapore an incident took place which shows that when Muslims are in power they would discriminate against non-Muslims. Singapore has about 16% Muslims, but in Boon Lay Garden Primary school,20% of the students are Muslims. The principal of the school is a Muslim by the name WAN IMRAN. In spite of the school being secular, he made the rule that ONLY HALAL FOOD can be eaten in the school canteen. 80% of the students are non-Muslims and over 95%of them are ethnic Chinese. So the poor Chinese kids had to ‘smuggle' in ham sandwiches to school. If they were found out, it would be confiscated. After parents complained, the government reversed the HALAL-ONLY rule.

http://www.yawningbread.org/arch_2008/yax-838.htm

Can you ever imagine the persecutions the Americans would face if ever they have a Muslim for a President?

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