Europe: “Big Business” Colludes with Islamism

  • For “Big Business,” the more things that are declared “forbidden” in the name of Islam, the more products declared “permitted” must be produced for “good Muslims” to buy.
  • In the 1970s, Iran and Saudi Arabia, which were engaged in a competition to spread their vision of Islam worldwide, found help from multinationals such as Nestlé, which had in mind the creation of the large global halal food market.
  • The next stage is that if most Muslims consider a veil and halal food an Islamic obligation, they will soon ask for sharia law and Islamic courts — as in Great Britain.
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