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No religion should be allowed to steal the social agenda

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Submitted by Rajeev (United States), Dec 3, 2010 at 01:42

Fast food businesses will certainly serve halal food to meet their revenue numbers. In fact, to out do the competition some bisinesses will bend over backwards and go beyond what is demanded by Muslims.The only problem in this behavior pattern is that it tilts our social agenda in favor of one particular religion. The people who are disturbed about it --especially those who think that halal method of slaughter is cruel-- should avoid eating in the restaurants that serve halal food. That is only fair.

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