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The Halal World

Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?
in response to reader comment: UK the gateway for Islamic finance

Submitted by Yoven (United States), Oct 15, 2007 at 14:04

As an immigrant to the Western World, I always try to support this way of life and protect the good that comes with it. As a Hindu, I don't eat beef, therefore do not support the beef economy very much and I am sorry for it. But I do support our ecomony by buying everything that it not Halal, Our meat quality in North America is one of the greatest or the greatest itself, I do not need to pay a Islamist preacher to bless and inspect my food before I eat it. There is a trend in North America to make every meat halal because it save the hassle making two distint products, labels, transport, import, export, paperwork, etc...PEOPLE STOP AND THINK, IF EVERY PIECE OF MEAT BECOMES HALAL, DO YOU KNOW HOW ISLAMIC PREACHERS IS REQUIRED? THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS.

Halal in my view is only a money laundering system to Islamisize its host country. It is so funny that in the grocery store, you can see Halal cheese, chicken, Halal faek pork! The most funny is Halal veggie samosas!!! (halal veggie)


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