‘This halal-certified product is possibly funding terrorism’: Mystery shopper re-labels 100 supermarket items

Australia: A mystery shopper has boasted on social media about putting stickers on halal products in his local Woolworths that claim they are ‘possibly funding terrorism’.

The man posted two pictures of the sticker underneath bottles of tomato sauce and chocolate eggs inside a Woolworths in Beerwah, in Queensland’s Glasshouse Mountains region.

With the photos, he wrote on the Boycott Halal in Australia page on Facebook: ‘Doing our bit to help boycott halal certification.’ 


Now that’s an excellent response. Refuse to pay the Jizya.

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  • Bert_1

    Is there any way to find out what products are Halal certified? I would like to avoid them if I can.

    • Observer

      There is http://www.zabihah.com/ that lists Halal restaurants and markets. It is of course to promote them but I use it to know where NOT to shop.

      As for foot processors who pay for Halal certification maybe someone else knows of some links.

      • Bert_1

        Thanks. That will be a help.

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      Is there any way to find out what products are Haraam certified? I would like to buy them if I can.

      • Bert_1

        And you have that right.

        OnEdit: Sorry, I didn’t notice that you said “Haraam” rather than “Halal”. Philosophical/theological question: If something is sinful against satan (Haraam), then is it good in God’s eyes?

        • Raymond Hietapakka

          Dunno…depends on what the C.C.C. (Criminal Code of Canada) has to say about it…I gave up “thinking” long ago…

      • Exile1981

        anything with pork in it or anything that was touched by a menstruating women are both automatically Haraam.

      • Bataviawillem

        Anything that contains pork.
        Most of the processed foods, snacks and candy contain gelatin witch is partly made from pork.
        Most muslims are not aware that there favorite candy bar contains pork.

    • Clink9

      There is a phone App called Buycott that has a halal list when you scan the barcode.

    • Excellent idea.

      I have believed for some time that the internet can help unravel the islamic cult.

      This is a good example of what I had in mind.

      Imagine if those of us in the counter jihad movement did this all over the world.

      Make anti halal/jihad labels. Say things that inform the reader of the connection of halal to jihad.

      Islam is nothing more than an oddball distributed form of warfare. Let’s fight back in the same fashion.

    • Ed Ellison

      Most of the products that are Halal certified are marked as being so on the outside somewhere.
      Just do a search for “halal certification marks” to see the marks for different countries.

  • Observer

    There are a number of good Australian articles in the Pickering Post
    http://pickeringpost.com/story/proof-halal-scam-is-designed-to-islamise-australia/4260
    http://pickeringpost.com/story/-uk-poll-says-australia-now-18-muslim-/4420

    Plus this by those wanting to sell Halal products to the world:
    The Global Halal Market – Stats & Trends
    http://halalfocus.net/the-global-halal-market-stats-trends/

  • David Murrell

    Very fine post here, giving us an example of how the “anti-Islam underground) can work. Needless to say, this unnamed Australian, in using the phrase, something to the effect that “your buying halal products can lead to terrorism”, ought to be spread far and wide. We should mass produce stickers and simply stick them on halal products. Posters should be manufactured and posted at different places where people can see them.

    Wiki has a rather biased pro-halal piece describing what it is:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halal

    and, as Observer mentions on this thread, there is pro-halal site:
    http://www.zabihah.com/

    which can be consulted to find out which products and services to boycott. There is a war on, and we should all do out bit.

  • simus1

    Those seeking after knowledge might start by noting products on special like differently branded packaged fresh chicken breasts of the nonhalal/halal variety displayed side by side which are obviously from the same meatpacker.
    Drop the producer an email inquiring as to what are the specific “differences” involved in producing these differently branded products, IF ANY.

    • Bert_1

      To me, it doesn’t matter if there is a difference in processing. If the product has been offered up to satan, I don’t want to buy it.

      • simus1

        That is precisely the point.
        Just because it doesn’t say it is halal doesn’t mean it hasn’t met all the halal criterion while being processed. To an extremist, having only one non muslim involved in final packaging on the “non halal” output line would be enough.

      • Well said.

      • Exile1981

        Besides the blessing – which most often these days is done over a whole facility once a day or month rather than the traditional on each animal slaughtered; the other item is how the animal is killed. Halal requires the animals throat be slit while it is still alive so the heart causes the blood to spurt out.

        Most Jihadis learn throat cutting through the Halal butchering lessons.

    • It is a protection racket.

  • David Murrell

    Here is an Agriculture Canada paper discussing the global halal industry:
    http://www.ats-sea.agr.gc.ca/inter/4352-eng.htm

    The paper notes, with envy, that Australia and New Zealand are two of the worlds leading agricultural exporters, and have reconfigured their industry towards halal products, in order to ear a higher share of the world Islamic market.

    I also did a Yahoo search on Agriculture Canada + halal foods, for those with the time to do some reading and research.

    • Thanks David very handy.

    • eMan14

      Thanks David. Looks like Canadian meat producers are diving into the Dhimmi pool.

  • Dana Garcia

    I love creative communication. A friend of mine who was concerned about overpopulation used to print out info and post on the interior doors of public bathroom stalls to a briefly captive audience.

    Lately I’ve been thinking about mini Charlie Hebdo covers to be posted around town. I need to check out Avery label sizes.

    • Excellent idea. Avery makes lots of label sizes. Brother has cheep label printers with a large array of different sized labels. (I have one and plan to use your idea today.)

      Restroom stalls is great.

      Islam cannot stand the light of day. Shine bright.

    • Good one.

  • Exile1981

    For those in Alberta – A friend of mine bought meat from Co-op in Calgary and found a Halal cart inside the package after getting it home. She called co-op and they told her that all there meat is now Halal as a sign of good faith for the muslims of alberta. She pointed out it’s not fully labelled where consumers can make a choice and they told her then to shop somewhere else.

    My own experience is that Walmarts in southern alberta are no longer carrying regular hamburgers they are all only carrying halal patties now.

    • We need legislation making labeling mandatory.

    • eMan14

      That is a disgusting development.

  • ed

    over production of halal and kosher meat and poultry products in the uk is illegal !,halal and kosher products can be produced only for the consumption of muslims and jewish people . over production of halal runs at 70% .over production of kosher runs at 1% .,halal products cost 45 % less to produce . that’s why it’s in the none muslim food chain ,” support british pig farms “

  • soobie

    Excellent idea.