Christian consumers campaign against halaal

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Oh don't ask. Idiot seems to be equating Muslims in SA with the 1% in the US.
I keep on seeing this in here repeatedly.

For some reason Muslims believe they are all rich or have uber amounts of money to spend. I have the opposite view after seeing places like Fordsburg and the likes. But like I said, I just find it funny how they draw those conclusions. Either way... my question was answered :)
 

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Oh don't ask. Idiot seems to be equating Muslims in SA with the 1% in the US.
We’ve already established that they’re like 2% of the population and have an average income under the one of the whites but above blacks like a hundred pages ago
 

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People still don’t seem to get this.
99.9% of people eat food that is halaal certified.
97% of people eat food that isn't halaal certified.
99.9 is the bigger number so everything gets certified. It's the PC all inclusive thing to do.
 

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People still don’t seem to get this.
99.9% of people eat food that is halaal certified.
97% of people eat food that isn't halaal certified.
99.9 is the bigger number so everything gets certified. It's the PC all inclusive thing to do.
Halaal certified among other certifications.
 

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I don't actively part take in this discussion no more as I think it's a stupid debate.

But this post triggered me. Are you claiming that 3-5% of Muslims in SA have the most buying power or are rich or what?
Just curious...
the argument is that the few halaal needing people(i say this because not even all muslim people care for halaal) in south africa buy so much food for some reason, who knows what they do with it all, that it is the reason for all businesses to go halal. it just makes business sense, like magically.

somehow these few halaalers have so much money they can by all the food/products required so that business going halaal see profit increases. ****, so its actually islamic monopoly capital the mob should be going after then? :D

keep spinning
 

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MJC accepts Pick n Pay’s apology after pork-halaal mishap


The Muslim Judicial Council's Halaal Trust has accepted an apology from the Tokai Pick n Pay for possibly contravening standards at the store.
An emergency meeting was held on Friday after pictures taken of pork being stored in the same freezer as halaal poultry went viral last week.
A new employee is said to be to blame for the mishap.

It's understood the new employee, who is not Muslim, moved the poultry and yogurt out of the freezer reserved for Halaal products to the general freezer at the insistence of an electrician. This was so that he could do maintenance work.
The MJC's Mishka Daries said: "Pick n Pay has assured us that they've removed the products from the premises with immediate effect. We can confirm they've acted swiftly by securing and wrapping the halaal products in the non-halaal storage and removed it as its premises, writing it off as a financial loss."
 

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the argument is that the few halaal needing people(i say this because not even all muslim people care for halaal) in south africa buy so much food for some reason, who knows what they do with it all, that it is the reason for all businesses to go halal. it just makes business sense, like magically.

somehow these few halaalers have so much money they can by all the food/products required so that business going halaal see profit increases. ****, so its actually islamic monopoly capital the mob should be going after then? :D

keep spinning
The 100 000 in South Africa that needs Kosher foods must also do a lot financially to bless us with their presence and Kosher foods:eek::X3:. Their love for the goyim like the Muslim's love for the kafurnon-believers must be endless.
 
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The question you need to ask these days is where are the non halaal ones.

Thank you Jesus and his imaginary dad, there are still plenty around!
For me its choice, like to wagu or not. I was just curious where are these halaal, kosher, non-halaal and non kosher places.

I for example visit Hokai or KingsMeatdeli as they are conveniently close to me.
 
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