Unfair Trading – ‘RS’ Label Required

We suggest a ‘RS’ Label is required for ALL Halal Certified products & services

Here is why…….

Over the past 10 years or more, Shoppers &  Consumers have been unwittingly buying unlabelled halal products & services through Unfair Trading in our supermarkets, shops and food outlets. We now have found that halal suppliers have been granted Government Contracts and we are also being fed halal through our Institutions… Schools, Hospitals, Prisons, Care Homes, Sporting Venues etc.

Many Non-Muslims, such as our thousands of Members of BOYCOTT HALAL, do not want to buy halal products & services at all – and it is outrageous when we realise, by doing some research, that our well known branded products have in fact become halal certified… yet this has not been displayed on the packaging.

It is particularly sickening when that Unlabelled halal certified product is FOOD – often a well-known branded product, that we have unwittingly bought, that has been tampered with through Islamic Halal Compliance – and we have bought it and eaten it, because it was not clearly labelled.

Re: Labelling – Legally we should surely be protected by…

‘The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008′ under Part 2, Section 6 ‘Misleading omissions’.

WHY are we allowing  outdated 7th Century Ritual Slaughter in 21st Century Britain?

The UK is NOT an Islamic nation – Britain is in fact founded on Judeo-Christian values – so WHY is there such a vast over-production of Halal Meat when less than 5% of the population are Muslims? …and when their Qu’ran clearly tells them that they can simply pray over food to make it acceptable?

Consumers need to be able to identify whether they are buying or eating Traditional British meat or ‘RS’ meat (Halal ‘Ritually Slaughtered’ Meat) and the 95% of the British population that are Non-muslims just need clear labelling in plain English.

Yet for several years we have been asking our Government, DEFRA and the EU for more transparency in labelling, but the issue has not been addressed through ‘sensitive’ arguments over stunning.

We say Label ALL Ritually Slaughtered meat whether it was stunned, Reversibly Stunned, ultra-low amperage stunned, post-stunned or not stunned at all…


MOO - We Like our Non-Halal Halal World
MOO – We Like our Non-Halal Halal World

The fact that this meat has been involved in a ritual, dedicating it to a foreign god – Allah, is enough to warrant the labelling of this meat, as ‘Ritually Slaughtered’ – let’s call it ‘RS’ Meat.

RS’  also stands for ‘Religious Standard’ and can cover ALL halal certified products too – whether Food or Non-Food.

RS can also be used as a sign on all halal certified services and businesses that have gone down the halal compliance route to fulfil a ‘Religious Standard’.

We should not be relying on the, less than 5%,  Muslim minority for mainstream Consumer Information – that is the job of our elected Government and it is also the job of the unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, who should be writing the necessary Policy enforce proper labelling, so that we can make a reasoned choice about what we are buying.

More transparency in labelling is needed so that shoppers can make a reasoned choice.
More transparency in labelling is needed so that shoppers can make a reasoned choice.

There is also the issue over ‘What Is Halal’ that confuses retailers… so rather than get it wrong, and possibly be sued, halal products are not being labelled… and us shoppers are being hoodwinked into buying them.  There is no way that we Boycott Halal Members would ever buy meat that we knew had been Ritually Slaughtered, but since checking out the EU Meat Codes on packaged meat, we have discovered that we have unwittingly been buying this meat that has clearly come from Licensed Halal Certified Slaughterhouses.

Then we find a great confusion over what is halal and what is not…

Some meat, after the halal Ritual Slaughter, does not meet the grade at the Post-Slaughter Meat Inspection and is judged to Not be halal by the Muslim Inspector. It is the ‘Rejected Substandard’ meat that is pronounced as being haram… “Unfit For Muslim Consumption”

!  Ah - It's HARAM

So Why does a Meat Carcass become HARAM?
One reason that a Ritually Slaughtered carcass can get judged to be Haram by the Inspector is that something went wrong at the actual slaughter.
Other reasons happen at the Post Slaughter Meat Inspection… maybe the animal is found to have blemish; or maybe there was a spillage of stomach contents over part of the carcass as it was cut, or maybe when cutting open the carcass, a suspicion arises that it may have some sort of infection or a possible disease…


As far as we can gather, no note is made & kept with each carcass regarding the reason for rejection as substandard; this meat is separated from the halal and put in the ‘Haram Warehouse’ where it is sold off cheap to Big Buyers, from Supermarkets or Restaurant Chains…. to save waste and to provide meat at the cheapest prices.
This meat cannot then be labelled halal – even though it has had a prayer said over it to allah and it has been Ritually Slaughtered facing Mecca –
AND obviously no one would want to buy the ‘Rejected Sub-standard’ meat, if it was labelled ‘Haram’
It MUST be labelled and the ‘RS’ label would signify that it is the ‘Rejected Substandard’.

At the Post Slaughter Meat Inspection the carcass may be judged to be haram - so this meat is discarded and sold off to Non-Muslims.
At the Post Slaughter Meat Inspection the carcass may be judged to be haram – so this meat is discarded and sold off to Non-Muslims.

At the moment this haram Ritually Slaughtered meat is discarded into the mainstream Food Chain Unlabelled as such, and sold as conventional meat!
What an Outrage eh!
You may go to your butcher and say, “Is that meat halal?”
And your butcher can truthfully say… “No, this is definitely NOT halal meat.”
I had one butcher rub a piece of meat with Lard and say, ” There… now that meat is certainly Not Halal is it!”
And he seemed quite surprised when I said…
“That pig fat has not changed the way the poor animal was slaughtered without proper stunning!”
He then had the audacity to suggest, with a smile, that I could pray over it!
Clearly if Meat or Poultry has been dedicated to a foreign god and slaughtered unstunned or with a Reversible Stun, it is therefore not Traditional Meat – and it should be Labelled in some way as such. We suggest ‘RS’

Clearly if we are not able to make a reasoned choice as we buy products, because they are not clearly labelled, we are being treated unfairly – this lack of transparency in labelling is Unfair Trading.

Some confectionery, e.g. chocolate, includes halal by-products eg. halal rennet from ritually slaughtered calves; other brands do not, but may still be halal certified with halal additives. Many Dairy Products are now halal certified, like this yoghurt – but it does not tell you that on the label… it is only when checking the small print that it is found to have ‘halal gelatine’ amongst the ingredients. Our Boycott Halal Members would Not want to buy a product that contains halal gelatine, because it could be made from the bones of ritually slaughtered livestock – but we have been hoodwinked into buying it, because it is Unlabelled Halal Yoghurt!

This Yoghurt was found to have halal gelatine amongst the ingredients in the small print.
This Yoghurt was found to have halal gelatine amongst the ingredients in the small print. Yes, yoghurt with gelatine which could have been made from the bones of ritually slaughtered animals!


No Boycott Halal Member would choose to buy this, because they would never want to buy a halal certified product.
However this Yoghurt is Not Labelled as halal anywhere on the packaging… unless you take time to read the small-print.
This is how consumers are tricked into thinking that a product, with a well known Brand name, is OK… when in fact they have unwittingly bought and been eating yoghurt that contains Ritually Slaughtered Animal by-products!

This is the time-consuming process that we have to follow in order to to avoid buying halal products… 

This is the lengthly Process we have to go through now in order to Avoid Halal Food Selection
This is the lengthy Process we have to go through now in order to Avoid Halal Food Selection

We want to boycott all halal products & services, because we do not want to encourage the production of more… by not buying halal, our action will logically reduce demand and hopefully production as companies see their profits fall.


ALL RS food & even non-food products using halal by-products are following the halal Religious Standard and should be labelled as such, to inform shoppers.
All manufacturers & retailers eg. Restaurants  should also have the ‘RS’ symbol if they are Halal Certified and thereby producing products according to a Religious Standard OR operating a service eg. Meat Cutting Plant, according to a Religious Standard.

RS Label
RS Label

Article 9 Human Rights Act. regarding Freedom of Conscience – should give us the right to religious and secular freedom, ie to not be forced to participate in religious rites.
Dedicating this meat to a god violates this right: hence there is forced participation in another’s religion without consent.
Also Jews, Sikhs & Christians are specifically instructed not to eat this meat, so where is their religious freedom?
UK Human Rights Blog

We need to know what we are buying and eating and we want to know if products & services are following a religious standard, or are traditional to our nation.
I introduce to you the RS Label which could bring real transparency in labelling…

The ‘RS’ Label could also be in Black & White to reduce costs.

The 'RS' label is for ALL products that contain Ritually Slaughtered meat or its by-products; or additives included, because they conform to a Religious Standard
The ‘RS’ label is for ALL products that contain Ritually Slaughtered meat or its by-products; or additives included, because they conform to a Religious Standard.
The ‘RS’ mark is also for ALL products or services that follow a Religious Standard.

The ‘RS’ Label should be applied to…
Label ALL Ritually Slaughtered Meat whether it ends up classified as halal or haram or ends up being used as a by-product eg.Rennet, Leather
Label ALL food products with ingredients that include halal by-products OR that conformed to a Religious Standard in production
Label ALL Halal Certified products – whether food or non-food, because they adhere to a Relgious Standard
Label ALL Halal Certified services eg. Food Services, Cutting Plants, Food Processing Plants, Packaging, Transport, Financial, Housing, Tourism etc.
Label ALL Halal Certified products with ingredients emanating from Microbiological Pharmaceutical Quality Control Labs & Microbial Enzymes
Label ALL Non-food  products that include halal Religious Standard by-products or that conformed to a Religious Standard in production
Label ALL Halal Certified Chains clearly at every entrance and point of sale eg. shops, supermarkets, fast food eateries, take-aways, restaurants etc.
Label ALL ‘RS’ foods that are served to consumers in Institutions eg. Schools, Colleges, Care Homes, Hospitals, Prisons, Sports Venues etc.

CURB THE HALAL INDUSTRY - Label ALL Halal Products & Services 'RS' - including that Haram Meat, from livestock that was Dedicated to Allah, then Rejected as Substandard meat.
CURB THE HALAL INDUSTRY – Label ALL Halal Products & Services ‘RS’ – including that Haram Meat, from livestock that was Dedicated to Allah, then Rejected as Substandard meat.

Halal is not only a trademark, an approval… it is an integral part of Sharia, Quranic Law Regime called Islam!
If we accept Halal in our society… then we must also accept the existence of its opposite, the haram.
The muslims halal lifestyle involves every aspect of life… and all that is not halal is judged to be haram.
Soon WE Non-Muslims will be branded as HARAM or worse Kafir! (infidels).
Islamic culture, unlike other ethnic minorities in the West, tends to subdue and subjugate whatever is different from it.
We cannot give one inch to this totalitarian cult-regime that oppresses and wounds men, women and animals.

54 thoughts on “Unfair Trading – ‘RS’ Label Required

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    • November 24, 2014 at 5:17 pm

      It is so wrong not having labels on halal food, or labels people do not know anything about.
      The killing of an animal in the halal way is cruel, to think this type of slaughter goes on in a western country is beyond belief.
      The money that is paid on all halal food goes towards jihad and as we know, this is refuted by muslims, never the less it is true.
      Slaughter men can only be muslim therefore non muslims are unable to work in these slaughter houses which is wrong.
      Being a Christian I am not only morally opposed to halal, I am forbidden by God to knowingly eat food ritually slaughtered to a false God.
      So where are my religious rights?
      Why are they ignored in a Christian country to suit those people who are in the minority, why is this allowed to happen?????
      Tell people the truth. If this disgusting food must be sold, let the majority of people know what they are eating, label it properly!

    • February 16, 2016 at 7:06 pm

      Totally agree with you guys that Halal practices for killing is not fair for the animals, but I also have been told they treat better the animals during their lives. For example, they can’t let an animal see another animal’s death, and they have to feed them with healthy (natural) food.
      Are we just worrying for the way the animals die, but we don’t say anything knowing how cows or chickens are living in small jails without even smelling the grass?
      Also, I don not agree that “islamic culture” is a “totalitarian cult-regime”. How many islamic countries did the writer of this post visited? I have some Iranian friends and from my point of view, they seem to have pretty the same values than Americans, and that was also my view when I visited Egypt some time ago.

      • February 28, 2016 at 1:12 am

        I have only been to one Islamic country – We went on holiday to Sousse in Tunisia many years ago.
        We met an Egyptian guy at our Hotel, who ordered us a Taxi for us all to take a day out to Matmata – an amazing town where the homes had been chiselled out of the sand stone. On our return the Taxi Driver invited us for a meal to his home – and we found out that they were Christians. The Taxi Drivers wife & three daughters waited on us hand & foot – they served up an 8 course meal and made us so welcome. We wondered how he could have earned anything from his day at work – they would not accept any payment for all the wonderful food we had eaten.
        So a couple of days later we thought we would take a Taxi to the next town, but it turned out to be a complete disaster.
        We ended up miles away from where we were staying in a very remote Village at the Taxi Drivers home… so he said – it was more like a derelict Farm.
        We were given very strong Mint Tea in small dirty glasses which had been boiled for about half an hour. After an hour we were told to sit down on the ground on a dirty carpet and a woman came out with a large bowl of couscous with boiled eggs in the centre.
        We thought the eggs would be a good choice as they were still in their shells and everything else was filthy… but as we went to pick them up the Taxi Driver shouted out a really loud NO!
        Then he called out to a boy with filthy hands who had been looking after animals and told him in Arabic to take the shells off the eggs… We felt obliged to eat them, despite the fact the boys filthy fingerprints were all over them! Then we felt threatened.
        The Taxi Driver said he would take us back when we chose a carpet – which they would make for us and post to our address – He said the carpet was free – all we had to pay was the postage. He brought out a book of photographs of Rugs and Carpets and we felt obliged to buy a carpet (we chose the smallest one which was still very expensive!) and then we had to fill out our postal details – we wrote an address alongside all the other poor mugs details, others who had obviously been conned just like we were.
        We then had to pay – to get free from the situation and get a lift back to our Hotel!
        There were many other aspects of our Holiday that we disliked… Only men in the Nightclubs. The women, who had to have arms & legs covered, were continually eyed up by local men. We could not buy anything without bartering and found it hard to trust anyone.
        We have never chosen to go on holiday to an Islamic country again.

  • February 3, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    It’s outrageous that the public are not consulted about the widespread use of Halal meat. I will not ever knowingly eat Halal meat.

    • January 16, 2014 at 3:47 pm

      I will NEVER eat halal meat, because of the method of slaughter, which in my opinion,is morally wrong, causes untold stress to the cattle and is unbelievably cruel – I would rather become a vegetarian I see no reason why an animal cannot be due respect for having to give up it’s life, the method is barbaric, and unjust, I WILL NEVER EAT HALAL,MEAT EVER
      END OF, IT IS DISGUSTING and unnecessary. A milder “stun” is not acceptable to me either , it has to be a full in stun or I am not interested
      And do. to advertise it as Good British Beef because it isn’t ; my Father was farmer and would never allow his cattle to be treated in such a barbaric method and slaughters in my opinion by barbaric people with NO respect for life, any life, from me it is a big NO to halal

  • March 15, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    We have a perfect right to know exactly what we are buying if it is RS then it should be clearly labelled.

  • May 11, 2013 at 2:39 pm

    All my reasons are detailed in this site. Not only am I against not knowing what I eat but I cannot stand the thought of feeding on martyrized animals. The worst is to know that it’s all a matter of money and power over others. Allah has so little to do with it all.

  • July 27, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    All RS should be labelled, I have written to MPs and MEPs all come back with the same story, EU have not made it law so they cannot label RS, about time we pulled out of EU and set our own laws again in this country.

    • February 13, 2015 at 2:37 pm

      I am glad i am veggie, but the thought of my family not knowing what there eating is shocking!
      We don’t seem to have any rights. Where do they get there meat from?
      I don’t believe i am discussing this in England i am speechless.

  • March 6, 2014 at 8:42 pm


  • March 19, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Little by little, our country and many others are having Islam and it’s ideology forced upon us. Halal and halal certification are the first steps in the process of the Islamisation of a nation(s) and one that has been done by stealth, raising billions through zakat to fund the process. What many people don’t know, or fail to understand are the steps that follow. At some point in the future, Islam will be insisting upon enforcing stricter Sharia law in the take over process. You only have to look at what’s happened in other countries to see what will happen to the non-Muslim population and the prospect of that is a frightening one.

  • April 5, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    Its against our laws to kill animals in this way

    • June 17, 2014 at 2:34 pm

      English law is being trodden underfoot, ignored, and discarded.
      The new thugs on the block are making things happen their way.

  • April 6, 2014 at 5:28 am

    Halal is not only a trademark, an approval… it is an integral part of Sharia, Quranic Law Regime called Islam!We are English we do not want this in our country !!!!!!!!

  • May 29, 2014 at 9:18 am

    its barbaric

  • May 30, 2014 at 10:26 am

    I don’t want to eat halal it’s against my religion.

  • June 10, 2014 at 10:58 pm

    I object and reject halal meat as I find it offensive to my moral beliefs. I have not eaten any of this or shopped at a supermarket since discovering that the supermarkets have been deceiving the public. We have every right to know what we are buying and indeed eating. Within the supply chain for all commodities it is always important to have traceability for everything. This is a barbaric practice and doesn’t belong in this country we are Christians and have OUR right to reject such unethical produce.
    I demand food labelling at the least as we are entitled to have a choice. Halal should be banned in this Christian country. I am disgusted.

  • June 14, 2014 at 2:58 pm

    We say ban all Halal..
    We are slowly being consumed by this cult, it must stop!

  • July 1, 2014 at 10:46 am

    Not so long ago in Australia, we all saw the terribly atrocious slaughtering of exported cattle in mid eastern countries where the animals suffered terrible agony whilst being slaughtered in the name of Allah.
    Due to widespread adverse TV publicity the then Labour govt., had to stop the export of live beasts. With changes, this export has begun again and the animals are now being stunned before being killed.
    My question is, why does the Australian and State Govt’s allow animals to be killed Halal, that is, with no pre stunning. This practice is a shameful indictment on not only the Australia population for allowing it, but to the human race as a whole………Yes shameful.

  • July 20, 2014 at 8:27 pm

    I don’t want to have anything halal. I want to know exactly what I am eating should it be meat or anything else. It’s against the food trading standards not to label food or anything else properly.

  • September 7, 2014 at 2:38 am

    Spot on with this write-up, I truly feel this
    site needs far more attention. I’ll probably be back again to see more, thanks for the information!

  • September 12, 2014 at 7:28 am

    We need to get a lawsuit on the go ie. a humane person eating meat killed in a barbaric mannor without being informed is an affront to there sensibilities

  • September 25, 2014 at 9:38 pm

    I live in Cape Town, where there is about 5-7% Muslim population. It is almost impossible to buy non-halal food here. Even some of the doggy treats in my local vet’s surgery is marked halal. The food has almost all got halal certification labelling, but no-one seems concerned about it when you complain – nothing is ever done bout it. It’s either eat halal, or starve. One can only eat so much bacon and pork.

    • April 27, 2015 at 4:07 pm

      Yes we understand from our South African Admin that sourcing Non-halal meat and food products is extremely difficult now.
      If you have not already done so – you may like to join our South Africa Page on Facebook here…
      Boycott Halal in SA

  • October 11, 2014 at 2:26 am

    I think the RS concept doesn’t go far enough, this is religious and political indoctrination, should be banned but at least given clear warning about religious content, written in words as well as logo.; as well as a “may be offensive” warning..

    • April 24, 2015 at 11:50 am

      The problem is that each letter increases cost to suppliers…
      ‘RS’ can be in colour or gray scale (black & white) and would be inexpensive, yet effective.

  • October 11, 2014 at 2:32 am

    We want absolutely nothing to do with islam, terrorism, shariah law, halal certified food or any other halal certified product and will not have any of it in our house, their slaughter of animals is barbaric, the whole thing is deceitful, underhanded and I for one do not want this country ruled by islam

  • October 11, 2014 at 11:16 am

    It is time that the western people stand up and be counted.. we have been far to lackadaisical in our approach to many things happening within our borders… come on people stand up for what you believe in.. it must be worth more than football.

  • October 12, 2014 at 6:52 pm

    I only buy meat from our local butcher who is also fiercely against Halal and guarantees that all of his products are locally sourced.
    I’m not saying ban ritual slaughter, as I respect that it’s their religion, but they are small percentage of our population.
    What I’d like to see is clear labelling so we can all make an informed choice.
    There needs to be more media coverage of the facts, as it shocks me that so many people are completely unaware of what they are eating.

  • October 24, 2014 at 11:55 am

    Wat the hell is going on? How is this been able to slide into our society with no acceptance from the majority of citizens who are against the barbaric slaughter of animals not to mention is against OUR religious beliefs? I do not accept this & will not buy food for my family with halal accreditation. Slowly taking over are they and getting helped along by our weak government?

  • October 24, 2014 at 11:59 pm

    I abhor the idea of eating food that has been prayed over by demon possessed people. I abhor the ritual slaughter they use to slay the animals. And I abhor paying – actually paying – for for these people to hand out certificates to give permission for companies to sell these products to non-muslims, even though we are not in favour of halal.

    The heart foundation gives the √ (tick) on foods that they class as good for the population’s heart, and they use the fees for research.

    Exactly what does muslims do with the fees taken from the each company for a halal certificate? Where the heart foundation uses a √, what do the muslims use? Sometimes we see a symbol, however, most of the time we do not. The heart foundation is open and honest, but I don’t see any honesty at all with the islamic councils around the world, and that is why I do NOT trust them.

  • November 9, 2014 at 6:24 am

    Please start a petition for us all to sign..this is take over by stealth

  • November 11, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    This might surprise you, but Muslims ate food before Halal Certification.
    I am not religious but I am being forced to pay a “religious tax” on my food.
    Many other religious groups can not eat food that has been inhumanly ritually slaughtered to another faith.
    As an Australian I have a right to be supplied non religious food products, but sadly 90% of it is now Halal, leaving me with empty cupboards and very little choice in foods.

  • November 12, 2014 at 11:20 am

    I want to be able to see exactly what I am buying. I do not wish to buy halal certified products there are products that are halal certified, but are not labelled. There is at least one product that you can buy that is halal certified but you can’t see it until you open it. This is wrong. I want to know and see what I am buying.

  • November 13, 2014 at 9:36 am

    I am not a Muslim. I have no need to eat not do I want to eat Halal products. I find it repulsive that we are complying with ritual slaughter. If it is true that Halal producers are funding terror that alone should halt production

  • November 21, 2014 at 3:47 am

    It is time to remind our government it represents the 98% of Australians and not simply the 2% of Muslims in this country. That our laws are being ignored by the very government departments that required their being put in place. Time to remind them this is Australia and we do have a voice, a loud one, a real time one, and we won’t be bullied or embarrassed into silence.

  • November 28, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    The Halal method of killing animals and the cruelty involved turned me to be a vegetarian I associate -halal-with a vision I see of an animal dying in agony with it’s throat cut and unnecessary- sadistic torture you see from videos of the animals in the live export trade – the vegetarian cheese I -used to buy has gone halal doesn’t have the halal certification on it -Nimbin cheese -also some of the vegetarian prepacked meals have gone halal as well -to me -they are the worst traitors of all as they are betraying the animals – that is why we turned vegetarian to avoid any cruelty involved in animal welfare -they are the Judas of all those who are kowtowing to the great GOD -HALAL.

    • April 24, 2015 at 10:31 am

      Support NIMBIN VALLEY DAIRY cheeses, NON HALAL. Not to be confused with Norco’s Nimbin Natural Cheese which is HALAL CERTIFIED.

  • December 17, 2014 at 6:26 am

    Why should I pay a religious tax on food, It is against my beliefs and most products do not display the Halal Certification.. governments should be stepping in and either ensure all products display this symbol or ban it completely, Australia has a 2% Muslim population, that leaves 98% paying this disgusting tax..

  • December 17, 2014 at 7:23 am

    Where is the fairness?
    I bet the government doesn’t approve of halal torture nor blessed certification.
    Yet we are forced to eat Halal, because often there is no choice at all.
    What if its against your religious beliefs to eat Halal. I guess no other religious views count anymore.

  • January 2, 2015 at 10:47 am

    Totally agree we should have the right not to buy halal certified products
    Where are our rights?
    Why isn’t the Australian government stepping in for the
    Our rights as Australians ?
    I am Christian and I do not wish to have my food blessed by a religion I am not part of
    And no I certainly do not wish to pay extra on my food for this
    I will not be buying any halal certified food where possible
    And I am waiting for a response from government – Regarding this our rights and just where the halal funds from this go.
    I’m a really dissapointed Australian

  • January 3, 2015 at 10:46 pm

    All Halal foods are avoided by this consumer… profits support Jihad… their god is not my God. Labelling procedures are totally dishonest… Unfair Trading… public boycott and outcry can bring about change… it MUST be addressed…!!

  • January 5, 2015 at 3:23 am

    Drinking Water is Halal but not certified!! Fruit & veg Halal but not certified!!

    • April 29, 2015 at 6:56 am

      No Zara… Your statement is completely UNTRUE.
      Just because YOU add an arabic word to water & fruit does not make it halal for the entire world!
      You are living in a Non-islamic country where ENGLISH is the language understood and spoken as the norm.
      The vast majority of residents in Non-islamic countries do not recognise arabic and are not interested in arabic at all. Please get used to it.
      Water is water and Fruit & Veg is Fruit & Veg… UNLESS it is Halal certified… in which case we REJECT it and will not buy or consume it.
      That is our decision… our Freedom of Choice – which everyone is allowed to exercise in Britain.
      We understand that in Islamic countries there is not Freedom of Choice for all… but in Non-islamic countries there is FREEDOM.
      That extends to muslims residing in Non-islamic countries as well… but does not give muslims the right to force halal certificates or Sharia Law or Islam on everyone.
      If you choose to wear a different mindset to the mindset of Non-muslims, that’s your choice, but please do not be so deluded as to think that you are right & everyone else is wrong.
      If you choose to follow Islam and others in Non-islamic countries don’t – please do not think they are wrong – or YOU will be wrong.
      There freedom of thought and freedom of choice and freedom of religion – and these are all protected in the Human Rights Act.
      If you are in UK this Human Rights Act is relevant…
      UK – Article 9 Human Rights Act. regarding Freedom of Conscience – should give us the right to religious and secular freedom, ie to not be forced to participate in religious rites.
      Dedicating this meat to a god violates this right: hence there is forced participation in another’s religion without consent.
      Also Jews, Sikhs & Christians are specifically instructed not to eat this meat, so where is their religious freedom?
      UK Human Rights Blog
      UK Human Rights Blog
      If you are in Australia this Human Rights Act is relevant…
      Freedom of thought, conscience and religion or belief – Article 18

  • February 1, 2015 at 10:37 pm

    We maybe should take our trolley of shopping to the checkout and ask the attendant to check and remove all halal products. This would surely slow down the shopping process for all, including halal shoppers. Otherwise we need separate aisles and sections in refrigerated sections specifically for these products. Let’s see the supermarket chains stand up and take notice then!!!

  • February 9, 2015 at 5:28 am

    Totally disgusting, brutal, devious, cruel. R these supposed to to be human beings ???
    There is nothing humane about them, not to mention the isis mob! I could not find words vile enough to describe that scum.

  • February 13, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    I work in a hospital and feel sick that I have been given halal food without knowing for some time. When I asked if the food was halal I was almost accused of being racist, despite my objections being based on the cruel ritual slaughter of animals. All I want is the truth so that I can make an informed choice, and for everyone to have that too!!

  • April 9, 2015 at 11:54 am

    When do the majority of Australians and Brittains get religious freedom? Atheism is classified as a belief system, so therefore can be included under the right to religious freedom laws. Halal certification on 80% of supermarket produce prevents non muslims from having religious freedom. Why are the minority allowed to affect the majorities freedom? Why can’t halal foods just be sold in specialty stores, or special sections of supermarkets like gluten free and “health foods” are? Most Kosher foods are sold like this and Jewish people don’t starve because of it. I’m personally offended by the fact that I’m virtually forced to participate in someone else’s religion against my will. It’s so hard to avoid halal foods now and harder still because of misleading labelling.

  • May 15, 2015 at 12:30 am

    I should not be forced to buy Halal products. All Halal products should be labelled to give me a choice in what I am buying.

  • May 5, 2017 at 12:17 am

    If you are claiming to be a Christian you must understand that any thing offered to idols or untrue gods must not be eaten or consumed. Let me site some of the laws in the Bible
    1 Corinthians 10:28 But if any man say unto you, This is offered in sacrifice unto idols, eat not for his sake that shewed it, and for conscience sake: for the earth [is] the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof:
    Revelation 2:14 But I have a few things against thee, because thou hast there them that hold the doctrine of Balaam, who taught Balac to cast a stumblingblock before the children of Israel, to eat things sacrificed unto idols, and to commit fornication.

  • May 5, 2017 at 8:06 am

    What it’s all about is saving money and by not telling you then sales won’t be affected ,what about schools ,care homes ,prisons if somebody were to ask is that meet rs these establishments might not even know they would have to find out and then maybe serve something else I would ban rs in this country altogether if you live here abide by our rules

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