What is wrong with halaal?

In a country like South Africa, where majority of the population is Christian, a nationwide halaal food regulation constitutes some major problems: (1) It robs people their free access to non-halaal food, thus it is illegal as it denies people freedom of choice, (2) it forces Christians to buy and consume food offered to a foreign god (an idol), which is a major sin according to the Bible, (3) it makes it almost impossible for Christian farmers and businessmen to survive in the market place unless they also join the halaal trade, even if they do not wish to do so, and (4) it robs the entire population of South Africa of their hard earned money without their consent. All these monies collected by Muslims through halaal trade are used exclusively to enrich Muslims and spread Islam. 

Spreading Islam includes the funding of terrorism in the Middle East and around the world, like the car ramming in Europe, Israel, and the United States, war against Israel, and the education of people into the extremist forms of Islam with violence and fear like the Chibok girls abduction in Nigeria.

Therefore, a wide-spread halaal trade is a serious crime against our nation. Continue reading “What is wrong with halaal?”

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It is of paramount importance that Christians should study Islam for themselves, and figure out if the Islamic claims such as being a religion Abrahamic origion, peacefulness and worshipping the God of the Bible are really true.

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