ISLAMOPHOBIN – one a day keeps the “Islamophobia” away



So, where is the warning on the package about the real possible side effects?

[Contact your doctor if you experience any of the following: Severe stomach pain from eating barbarically-slaughtered, unsanitary halal meat, develop the desire to lift your ass to Allah five times a day in public, beat your wife, genitally mutilate your 3-year-old daughter, kill your Jewish neighbor, burn down a church, behead anyone who draws a cartoon of the paedophile prophet Mohammed, hijack a plane, rape your infidel neighbor’s 10 year old daughter, etc.]


DETROIT: Rotting lamb carcasses at an Islamic halal slaughterhouse are sending out a vomit-inducing stench for miles around

A dumpster at the halal market was brimming with scores of rotting lamb carcasses, plainly visible to motorists along Gratiot Avenue in what is a clear violation of state law and a risk to public health.


Motor City (h/t Rob E)  The Bodies of Dead Animals Act of 1982 requires carcasses to be burned, buried or passed off to a licensed processor within 24 hours of being slaughtered.

Witnesses said the dumpster has been full of lamb carcasses for several weeks – or longer – but it’s unclear how often they are being picked up. Images from Google Maps appear to show the dumpster full of animal carcasses.


Whatever the case, the stench could induce gags from Gratiot.

It wasn’t immediately clear who is responsible. Parked outside the dumpster was a van for Berry and Sons Islamic Slaughter House, which butchers lamb, beef and goat for Muslims in a building behind the lot at 2496 Orleans St. The business didn’t return calls for comment.

Barabaric Halal Slaughter where the spinal cord is not severed so the animal suffers in agonizing pain for several minutes before he dies



KUDOS to another Australian food company for its decision to drop all Islamic ‘halal’ certification even though it cost them a Muslim airline account


Be sure to patronize the products of Fleurieu Milk & Yoghurt Company, a south Australian company which has agreed with a social media campaign and scrapped its halal certification, costing it a contract with EMIRATES, the Middle East’s biggest airline. Vili’s Meat Pies, however, refuses to give up its halal certification.

Adelaide Now  Fleurieu Milk Company, and other South Australian food and drink manufacturers such as Vili’s and Coopers, have been targeted by Facebook pages like Halal Choices and Boycott Halal in Australia for their decision to pursue the certification. Halal is a term used by Muslims meaning the food has been prepared or slaughtered according to ­Islamic law, in a very barbaric manner which causes the animal undue pain and suffering while it slowly bleeds out and dies.


Fleurieu Milk Company sales and marketing manager Nick Hutchinson said the decision to drop the halal certification would mean the Myponga-based dairy would lose a yoghurt supply deal with Emirates worth more than $50,000 a year.

Mr Hutchinson said the decision was regrettable, but that the company had decided the possible damage to its brand outweighed the benefits of being halal certified. “We saw the barrage of comments on these sites and the calls to boycott our products and decided it wasn’t worth it.”


“It is important for people to realise that being a business owner in Australia can be challenging. In order to remain financially viable companies are forced to look to expand into new markets. Fleurieu Milk had the opportunity to supply Emirates airlines given they became halal approved. We decided the annual fee was worth it and proceeded.”

The anti-halal sites make a number of claims about the certification, including that it is essentially a religious tax that forces up the price of food, that it is cruel to slaughtered animals and that money could be used to fund Islamist terrorists overseas. The sites encourage consumers to boycott any products displaying the halal accreditation symbol.


Mr Hutchinson said he believed the anti-halal sites were wrong in targeting Australian food producers. “Other company’s make tens of millions of dollars through being halal certified and cannot walk away like we have,” Mr Hutchinson said. “These business owners are true-blue Aussies bringing a lot of international dollars back into the local economy and would prefer not to pay the certification fee as well.

“The question must be asked: what is worse – paying the certification fee or making hundreds of employees around SA redundant? “People will argue for both sides, but what we want people to ask themselves is ‘are you directing your anger in the right direction?’ Do these business owners, in our case the local farmers, deserve this or should you be petitioning above them to stop the fee having to be paid?”


Gourmet meat pies and pastry manufacturer Vili’s confirmed the company had also been the target of the anti-halal group, but said it had no plans to bend to pressure from “hate mail and ignorant comments”. A spokesman for Vili’s said the company had been halal certified since 1997, and that it had helped the company grow both in Australia and overseas.



“From a purely economic viewpoint, halal certification brings a lot of money into Australia,” the spokesman said. “Vili’s also tries to be an ­inclusive company. We have no plans to change anything.” The spokesman said while he would never tell the Fleurieu Milk Company how to run its business, he hoped that the company “isn’t being influenced unnecessarily”.


“When you look at these sites you get the impression that a lot of the comments are written in the same voice and probably come from the same source,” he said. “A lot of it is very similar, suggesting that these sites might not be as strong as they say they are.”









SWITZERLAND: Oops! ‘Halal’ butcher sold pork to Muslims for three years

For three years, a butcher in Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, deceived his Muslim customers by selling them pork falsely presented as calf. The butcher has reportedly sold 3.1 tons of pork making his customers believe that the meat is Halal, according to the Swiss version of 20Minutes, which revealed this scandal.


Morocco World News  (h/t Henry P) In a routine control of food security, an inspector noticed that the meat presented for sale didn’t look like calf, as the tag claimed. The manager of the butchery was sentenced to 6 months in jail and a fine 18,000 Swiss francs (about $18,680) “for fraud and misrepresentation.”

“If customers had known it was pork, they would not have bought it because Islam forbids the consumption of this type of meat,” says the prosecutor handling the case.

The butcher was deceiving his customers double fold. On the one hand, Muslims who were buying meat at his shop did not know it was pork, which is forbidden according to the teachings of Islam. On the other hand, he made substantial profits, since pork is much cheaper than the calf on the meat market.


AUSTRALIA: Maleny Dairies says “NO” to barbaric halal certification industry

$_20A Sunshine Coast dairy farm has created a social media storm after saying an emphatic no to Australia’s $10 billion halal certification industry. Maleny Dairies posted on Facebook on November 2 that the certification catering for Muslim consumers was ‘not for us’. “There has been a lot of talk around this issue recently and we have received many enquiries from customers concerned that we may go down this route,” the post said. The answer is NO we are not Halal Certified nor will we go down this path.”



Sunshine Coast Daily (h/t Susan K)  “We do not wish to increase the costs of our products to cover the expense of Halal Certification. We prefer to make sure our local farmers receive a fair and sustainable price for their milk. We are working with nine local dairy farming families right here on the Sunny Coast and this is where the money stays. Thanks for your continued support.”

The post was given almost 40,000 likes, shared by more than 4400 people and then sparked a storm of comments – both against halal certification and in favor. Many Australians have questioned why producers have to pay extra costs to get certified for a minority of consumers.

But supporters say halal certification makes good business sense for Australian businesses as it opens up a massive export market to the north, particularly in places like Indonesia, Malaysia and the Middle East. Halal industry supporter Ahmed Kilani denied claims the Australian money was being directed to fund terrorism activities overseas, saying the industry was highly regulated.


He said the vast majority of companies involved in certification were ‘not for profit’ organisations which fund community aged care, schools, and local charities. “The halal industry in Australia is worth $10 billion and employs tens of thousands of Australians,” he told ABC Coast FM on Thursday.

“It’s been a great success story. “It saddens me when people try to tear it down on false information.”He said the funding obviously was directed to Islamic communities but also went to help out the wider community in Australia.

Happily Non-Halal

Mr Kilani said it would be ‘impossible’ for Australian funds to go towards terrorism. (LIAR, a percentage of EVERY halal sale goes toward funding terrorism of some kind, even if it takes an indirect route via Muslim ‘charities’ and/or mosques)

“Everything is very heavily monitored and very heavily scrutinised,” he said.(Monitored by Muslims) “There have been a lot of accusations over the years but I don’t think there has been one proven case of money going to fund terrorism anywhere.”


Mr Kilani said it was ‘ridiculous’ to suggest that Halal certification added too many extra costs to consumers. He gave the example of where certification for a cow to be slaughtered according to Muslim customs might cost an extra 50 cents per cow.

There have been reports Queensland abattoirs are charged up to $27,000 a month for their certification. Mr Kilani confirmed halal certification in Australia required meat to be slaughtered by a Muslim.


Countries like the Middle East, Malaysia and Indonesia regularly send auditors and inspectors to Australia to ensure Muslim standards are met. (But Australian standards for humane slaughter are ignored in the Middle East, Malaysia and Indonesia. SEE HALAL AUSTRALIA)


According to the RSPCA, in Australia, the national standard for meat production requires that all animals must be effectively stunned (unconscious) prior to slaughter. “The vast majority of halal slaughter in Australia complies with this standard, that is, all animals are stunned prior to slaughter. (CRAP! IF an animal is pre-stunned it cannot be certified halal)

“Halal slaughter in overseas abattoirs NEVER include stunning.”Mr Kilani said halal certification had started in Australia in the 1970s but had only recently had attracted adverse publicity. (As people get educated about the barbarism of halal)



Halal food

 By bare naked Islam

UK LEFTISTS STICKER CAMPAIGN against people who are against barbaric halal slaughter


The latest lefty ‘RACIST FRIENDLY’ stickers (even though Islam is not a race) apparently now are being put on meat that is NOT Halal. If we are against it, they support it. However, they chose the wrong package to stick this label on, because ALL lamb slaughtered in New Zealand is halal. But you get the idea.

Casuals United (h/t LindaR)  You would think your typical lefty would be against halal meat, seeing as for years they threw themselves in front of cattle trucks and sent shit parcels and dirty needles to animal testing labs defending animal rights, but no, todays lefty will never argue with their beloved Muslim throat slitters, so they defend their right to horrifically murder animals. After all its “diverse.”








“The Bachelor” – Turkish edition

p-sefer-calinakTurkish Muslim man who murdered his wife AND his subsequent lover appears on TV Dating Show looking for a new partner. Sefer Calinak, 62, told Flash TV’s ‘Luck of the Draw’ he had served prison sentences for each of the murders and had been released under an amnesty program.

UK Daily Mail (h/t Liz)   He told the show’s host ‘I’m an honest person looking for a new wife’ before adding he killed his first wife because he was ‘irritated’ by her behaviour and murdered a subsequent partner because he thought she was after his money. Çalınak was twice released from prison under a government amnesty –  without completing his sentences it has been reported. 

His first wife was a cousin named Fadime, who he married when they were both 17. He then married another woman, and they had two children, but they separated. He then embarked on an affair with another woman who said she would leave her husband for him – but he said she did not, so he killed her, too.


British supermarkets claim: “Our customers don’t care if we sell them barbarically slaughtered halal meat without telling them that it is halal”


Apparently they do, as retailers are facing a backlash after saying they don’t find it necessary to label halal meat as ‘halal.’ And ‘dhimmi’ David Cameron agrees with the retailers.

UK Daily Mail (h/t Terry D)   Supermarkets were facing a backlash last night after claiming it was ‘unnecessary’ to spell out on labels whether meat comes from animals killed by religious slaughter. Religious groups from all faiths, vets and animal welfare groups joined calls for new labels to identify halal or kosher meat.

FYI: Kosher is NOT the same as Halal because Kosher butchers cut the spinal cord so the animals feel no pain, but halal slaughter does not cut it, leaving the animals bleeding to death for several minutes in excruciating pain.

But retailers claimed that shoppers do not care – and even argued that there is not enough room on packs for new labels.

Tory MPs have tabled an amendment to the Consumer Rights Bill, which is to be debated next week, that would require a move to clearer labels. However, the idea is opposed by most retailers and David Cameron believes there is no need to change the law.

Demands for improved labels follow widespread outrage over the disclosure in yesterday’s Daily Mail that millions of people are being sold halal and kosher meat without being told. All the major supermarkets are selling New Zealand lamb killed according to halal ritual without providing labels.

Separately, many restaurants such as Pizza Express, KFC and Subway are selling halal meat – mainly chicken – without printing the information on menus.

The Conservative MP Philip Davies, who is leading calls for a new labelling law, said: ‘There is overwhelming public support for this change. People should be able to make an informed choice about what they are buying.’

Mr Davies has the support of a large number of Tory MPs, while the Lib Dem leader, Nick Clegg, said consumers should be given more information.

However, Mr ‘dhimmi’ Cameron last night ruled out the need for a new national labelling system, insisting that it was up to the food industry to act if consumers demanded more transparency.

‘I would hope it will be dealt with by restaurants and businesses,’ he told ITV West Country. ‘We should start from the approach that the greater the transparency the better and I think we can achieve this without necessarily having a full-on national labelling scheme.’

The British Retail Consortium (BRC), which speaks for most supermarkets, responded to the criticism by saying a change to labels as unnecessary.

Andrew Opie, food director at the BRC, said: ‘We have not seen evidence that this is what people want to see. Labels are very tight in terms of the space and what we can put on them. This has to be driven by evidence to show that people want to see it alongside the things that are already on it like durability, country of origin and price.’

By contrast, Morrisons, Waitrose and the Co-op broke ranks to say it is time for the Government to take a lead to develop clear and consistent guidance for the food industry.

The desire for improved labels is supported by groups from all religious faiths.

A joint statement by the Muslim Council of Britain and Shechita UK, which oversees kosher slaughter, said: ‘Comprehensive labelling should be supported by faith communities and animal welfare groups alike.’

RELATED STORY: Now-halal-sneaks-schools-Parents-angered-councils-ban-pork-sausages-bacon-replace-ritually-slaughtered-meat


Unlike Kosher slaughter which cuts the spinal cord, thereby eliminating pain, Halal slaughter does NOT cut the spinal cord in the neck. By only cutting the neck half way, Muslims cause the animal to writhe in excruciating pain until he bleeds out and finally dies which can take 10 minutes or more in large animals.














Where do you think Muslims learn how to slaughter people?


Video from Australia which has exposed the barbaric methods of animal slaughter in Muslim countries:




HOME DEPOT allows CAIR to instruct them on how to make their stores more ‘sharia-compliant’


UK PIZZA EXPRESS IS ‘HALAL’ COMPLIANT…but they don’t tell their customers unless they ask

6a011570c131b2970c01a73dbd7e0e970d-200wiPizza Express is serving halal chicken to its unwitting customers on the quiet, with staff only telling customers about the meat if asked. Only meat from birds that have had their throats slit while still alive, in accordance with Islamic traditions, is used in dishes. The menu makes no mention of the issue and customers can find out only by checking the small print on the Pizza Express website – or by asking staff explicitly.

  • All chicken used in chain’s food is prepared according to Islamic traditions
  • No mention of issue on menu and only appears in small print on website
  • Critics have accused the 434-restaurant chain of ‘duping’ its customers
  • Or is move because ‘non-Islamic customers are less likely to complain’?

Pizza Express restaurant. The owner of Pizza Express said today

UK Daily Mail  (h/t bains) The firm, which has 434 restaurants across the UK, states on its website: ‘All our chicken is halal approved but it is important to note that all birds are stunned before being slaughtered. (They are lying. If it is stunned first, it is no longer halal) A spokesman said: ‘Our chicken is halal approved. We serve halal chicken in all of our UK restaurants. Pizza Express is committed to animal welfare standards.

The revelation has angered campaigners. Stephen Evans, of the National Secular Society, told The Sun: ‘Unsuspecting members of the public are routinely being duped into buying meat from religious slaughter methods. ‘Meat should be properly labelled, enabling consumers to make an informed choice about the food they’re buying.’


The halal meat market in the UK is worth around £2.6billion a year – and it is expected to soar. Meat inspector Richard North said chains such as Pizza Express served halal chicken to save money. He added: ‘Keeping halal and non-halal meat is expensive and creates the risk of non-halal being fed to Muslims, which shops and restaurants know will cause uproar. Maybe they think non-Muslims are less likely to complain.’

Last week it was revealed that Subway has removed ham and bacon from almost 200 fast food outlets and switched to halal meat alternatives in an attempt to please its Muslim customers. Turkey ‘ham’ and turkey rashers will be used instead in 185 of its stores, where all the meat will now be prepared according to halal rules.


The chain, which has around 1,500 outlets across the UK, explained its decision by saying it had to balance animal welfare concerns with ‘the views of  religious communities’.

Traditional halal slaughter has animals having their throats slit before bleeding to death.  In Arabic the word halal means ‘permitted’ or ‘lawful’ and defines anything that is allowed or lawful according to the Koran It is often used to indicate food – particularly meat – that has been prepared in accordance with Muslim principles and techniques.


In Britain, killing an animal without prior stunning is illegal, but the law gives special exemption to Muslim meat producers on the grounds of religion.  In the UK there are thought to be around 12 abattoirs dedicated to unstunned slaughter, while hundreds practise stunned halal slaughter.

Muslims are forbidden from eating any non-halal food and meat from pigs and Subway said customers can identify those stores selling halal food by the special ‘All meats are Halal’ sign, which must be displayed in participating branches.

A People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Peta fights to help all animals who are slaughtered for their flesh, and we do not particularly differentiate between killing methods in our vegan campaigns.


‘However, as long as animals are still killed for food, banning the most inhumane slaughter methods – in which cows and other animals have their throats cut while they’re still conscious – is a step in the right direction.’

Halal refers to any object or action which is ‘permissible’ according to Islamic law. The term covers not only food and drink but also matters of daily life.  Halal foods are those that Muslims are allowed to eat or drink under Islamic Shari’ah. The criteria dictates both food which are allowed and how the food must be prepared. The foods most commonly addressed are types of meat and animal tissue.

The most common example of non-halal, or forbidden food is pork. It is the only meat that must not be eaten by Muslims at all, due to historical, cultural and religiously perceived hygienic concerns.




WELL, WELL…looks like UK SUBWAY Sandwich Shop’s new ‘All-Halal-All-the-Time’ policy is backfiring

Halal search option removed from Subway website due to staff safety concerns.


Bedfordshire News  This week, Subway revealed that around 185 of their stores are serving halal only meats with ham and bacon being replaced by turkey based products. One of these stores is located in New Bedford Road, Luton and until today you could select halal only stores from the website to find out where your nearest was.

However, today the company have removed this option from their website due to concerns over staff safety.

A press officer for Subway told Bedfordshire On Sunday that the decision to take the search option off the website was taken in response to a number of threatening and offensive emails and social media posts, which led to concerns about the safety of employees at these outlets. However they did state that there would be clear notices in store informing customers that the meat being sold was halal.

ORIGINAL STORY: boycott-sharia-compliant-subway-shops-now-offering-halal-only-meats-in-200-of-its-uk-stores



Given Subway have turned halal how long before they bring in Subway Sharia Law? Women forced to eat 2 foot subs under a black out curtain.

Am I the only one finding the  story confusing considering who they use to advertise their products?


The latest subway advert put up in Birmingham slowly UK is turning into a foreign country. Ban halal


Sorry @SUBWAY I have the right not to consume halal meat just as much as a Muslim as the right to only consume halal meat. Customer lost.

Subway serving Halal is catering to a huge demographic to maximise proft.Its not a secret Muslim step towards domination


@SUBWAY I don’t want to eat Halal meat, can you remove it please ?

So subway only sell halal meat now.. What about Non Muslims? Or have we become the minority now?

Me when I found out that all bacon and ham are getting replaced with halal meat at subway


Subway replacing bacon and ham with halal meat. Seriously, this country has gone mad?!

thats the last time i ever eat a . I dont want to eat halal meat thank you very much!!

Have the islamaphobes ever considered the fact that the Halal food industry is worth hundreds of billions?

We shouldn’t be introducing Halal meat, we should be getting rid of it  

Some subway outlets are serving halal meet only. Cue hysteria from usual media outlets. No to Islamophobia

Just had Halal Subway for lunch, cant believe the fuss, especially when KFC have been all Halal for years as have kids school lunches 

UK Tesco defends its policy of promoting barbarically-slaughtered halal meat after appalled customer vows never to shop there again


imagesSandra Hill, from Mickleover, wrote to the Derby Telegraph after going into a local Tesco and finding halal meat being advertised in big letters. Halal is essentially meat that Muslims are allowed to eat according to Islamic law and must be prepared in certain way: It involves a cut to the neck of the unstunnned animal but not the spinal cord which means he dies in agonizing pain while he bleeds out, a process that can take several minutes.

(She should be happy they are advertising it. A lot of stores sell halal meat without labeling it ‘halal’)

Derby Telegraph  Some (Not ‘some,’ MOST civilized people) consider the process controversial as it can involve slaughtering animals that have not been stunned to prevent them from experiencing pain or suffering. (See video below)


Sandra Hill, from Mickleover, wrote to the Derby Telegraph  after going into a local store and finding Halal meat being advertised in “big letters”.

Halal is essentially meat that Muslims are allowed to eat according to Islamic law. It must be prepared in certain way – involving a cut to the jugular vein and the animals must be healthy at the time of slaughter.

Ms Hill said she came out feeling “absolutely furious” after seeing the large advertisement. She said: “As I passed one aisle, there was a large sign over it, in big letters saying Halal meat.


“Do not think for one minute that I am racist or anti-religious – I am most definitely not – but I am anti-cruelty to animals, and, from my understanding, so are a large number of people. “I am appalled that a large supermarket chain sees fit to promote a product which ensures that animals are not killed in a way that the average person approves of.

“I spoke to the manager and voiced my annoyance. I asked her if she would put up a sign over another aisle saying ‘non Halal meat’, and she said ‘No, it was company policy to do what the store was doing’.


“I am a non-meat eater, but I did not see a sign anywhere promoting vegetarian food in big letters, so Tesco is happy to promote cruel animal practices, but not healthy lifestyle choices. I for one will not be shopping in Tesco again.”

In response, a Tesco spokesman said: “We sell a range of Halal meat in areas where there is a demand for them. All Halal products we sell are clearly marked as such, to enable customers to make informed decisions about their purchases.”

Meanwhile, the RSPCA said it was opposed to the slaughter of any animal that has not been rendered insensitive to pain and distress. However, it welcomed Tesco’s decision to clearly label Halal meat.


A spokesman said: “We recognise that religious beliefs and practices should be respected. However, we also believe animals should be slaughtered under the most humane conditions possible. Evidence clearly indicates that slaughter without pre-stunning can cause unnecessary suffering.

“We’re pressing for law changes to improve animal welfare at slaughter. Until this occurs, we propose UK Jewish and Muslim communities review their slaughter practices. We also believe meat produced from animals not stunned before slaughter should be clearly labelled to allow consumer choice.”


By BareNakedIslam Posted in HALAL Slaughter