I’d stick to pepperoni:
Choudary said: “As Muslims we ensure our meat is pure, the blood is drained and the animals are treated humanely.
“Obviously there are people with special dietary requirements like vegetarians but Muslims and non-Muslims should be happy halal is being served by these restaurants.
“As a Muslim I do not believe that non-halal meat should ever be served. I do not believe it is right to stun or electrocute animals before they are killed, and no animal should be sacrificed for any purpose other than to serve Allah.”
For food to be certified halal a payment is made to a certification body, and any such body, to be valid, must make payments to Islamic charity.
In other words, for every meal you eat at Pizza Express an amount of the money paid is spent on proselytising.
I kinda object to this.
no animal should be sacrificed for any purpose other than to serve Allah
The problem is, not only do I object to contributing financially to the spread of Islam, but it is central to my religious beliefs that I cannot eat meat which has been ritually defiled by sacrifice to a false god, as it must be in order to be halal.
Why are my religious beliefs treated with such
Why are the religious beliefs of so many Christians treated with
Ask this next time someone seeks to foist halal meat onto you.
One final point, why are we patronising businesses (halal abattoirs) which are blatant in their religiously discriminatory employment practices?