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Islamic reality? and what a disaster halal slaughter of meat does not prevent e.coli infections

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in response to reader comment: Dhimmi has a problem with reality, lol

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 2, 2013 at 19:12

Our dear Ali Baba who needs to do his home work before he posts his drivel wrote

And Allah actually has outlawed the most unhealthy meat...

It seems that Allah is either unable to outlaw unhealthy meat or there is no Allah in the first place and this is why meat can kill human beings be it halal or non halal and here is a case in point the so called e.coli O157:H7 that kills human beings and you can find it in meat where all meat consumed is subjected to the halal slaughter barbarity but does it help in controling this deadly infection? Guess what? No and here is a link from Baghdad, Iraq


And in Egypt it seems that even canned meat is not just laced with carcinogens but it is also contaminated with e. coli 0156:H7 but do not worry it is really halal meat!

So let me paraphrase what you wrote

Halah meat infected with e.coli 0157:H7 kills Muslims. Alcohol does not

So do you think that may be Muslims should drink some camels urine when they eat their next kebab?

What a disaster

Oh and I'm not done with you


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