Ayaan Hirsi Ali urges Australians to boycott ALL halal-certified food so they’re not funding Muslim schools and mosques

An internationally prominent Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali is urging Australians to boycott halal-certified food so they’re not funding Muslim schools, mosques and Islamist propaganda.

The producers of popular supermarket items like Vegemite, Kellogg’s breakfast cereals and Cadbury chocolates pay halal fees to third-party certifiers to declare the products are fit for Muslims.

Ms Hirsi Ali, a Somali-born author now living with bodyguards in the United States, says halal-certification is an example of a campaign to Islamise the West, as part of a political strategy called ‘dawa’.

  • Gary

    When it comes to Halal snacks , nobody is forcing muslims to eat a chocolate bar .
    Are muslims that stupid that they want to eat everything and need labels to tell them that bacon is not Halal . It’s bad enough these knuckle dragging slack-jawed wife -beaters can’t tell the time and need the mosque to blast out the call to prayers.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      There is a local Texas Chicken and Burgers franchisee not far from me. Inside near the door is a handmade sign, “We have halal food.” A glance at the menu on the wall shows a bacon burger. Now, you can say that this is a separate item from the halal food offered, but the same employees handle both the bacon and the other items offered. So, ladies and gentlemen, come to Floral Park, New York to behold halal bacon. Who said the Age of Miracles is ancient history?

      • Frances

        Do they also offer kosher pork?

  • How many other organisations are taking a percentage off of products for their schools and other programs?

    I’m not talking about companies or charities campaigns.

    No one sees this as problematic except a handful?

    • We need proper labeling in Canada.

      • The labels are there and information is available.

        Kosher items do not, to my knowledge, fund synagogues. If there were products funding churches, wouldn’t people hit the roof?

        • Norman_In_New_York

          Charities pay for kosher inspections and labeling. The government involves itself only in cases of fraud.

          • Bernie

            Kosher production is extremely labour intensive with extreme cleaning methods of the production equipment and food being prepared. The Rabbinical Supervision at every step of the process is what causes a lot of extra costs and these inspections create financial hardships for those observant Jews that can’t afford the food now priced out of their reach.

          • But, as is the case with halal food, consumers aren’t paying for schools, ect.

            People aren’t mad enough.

  • David Murrell

    One criticism I have of right-wing groups is their poor organization and poor fighting qualities. An example of this is the near absence of any boycott of dhimmi-corporations producing sharia-compliant foods.

    This is particularly true in Canada. Does anyone have any list of halal-certified foods, the Muslim-certifying agencies, and payments to these agencies? People wax angry at halal foods, but is anybody doing anything about it?

    • Oracle9

      We all make choices, and the choice to become aware of the Islamization of our society is up to each of us. Most of my friends and acquaintances remain willfully blind, evidenced by their complete lack of interest. NEVER does anyone bring up the subject unless I mention it. I believe this is typical for most Canadians.

      For years I have avoided products from halal companies (Kraft and Campbell’s for example), and I sincerely hope that other Canadians can discern the danger in the ongoing sharia-compliance in our society.

      • David Murrell

        Thanks Oracle. Here is a useful link for those wanting to boycott halal foods:

        • Tooth&Claw

          There is also an app for your phone at buycott.com so you can see it if a product fits your exclusionary criteria whatever it may be.

        • terrence22

          Thanks for posting this, David. I will use it a LOT

      • Alain

        Sadly I find you are correct about most Canadians on this matter. If and when I raise the issue of Islam with most, it is as though I have raised a taboo subject or as though I must be just some kind of bigot since they have all met some nice Muslims some where.

        • Oracle9

          I am dissed for my “angry politics”.

          Currently listening to Audible.com “Return to the Primitive” by Ayn Rand on the university unrest in 1971. Amazing insights, so relevant to the incoherent rage of Antifa today, especially in Europe, which all but a few conservative voices ignore. What will fill the vacuum in the wake of this kind of chaos is what we should fear, since the result will be that we will slip easily into a totalitarian system which would make Stalin proud. Few of us see this coming.

          Lauren Southern’s recent G20 you tube coverages are cutting edge, and are off the radar of most of us.

        • bargogx1

          I’ve met some nice Muslims. But I’ve also met some nice Hindus who have told me all about Islam. It’s hard to believe more Canadians have not had that experience.

    • Bernie

      I was served Halal certified food on a United Flight to Australia and declined it due to the Certification. I was brought Non Halal Certified food. It is best to complain as only then will this Islamazation of our society stop.

  • Morticiaa

    Yup and a couple years ago I checked with the agricultural ministries
    Alberta produces 25 percent of beef halal and who know how much chicken goat etc sold in Canada and exported
    Likely similar in all meat producing areas in Canada
    I find this appalling but again we are impotent to change decisions made in the ministries run by those elected and all this happens under the radar until the escalation reaches the point of no return
    We need her to advocate in canada
    No one ever makes the connection with ecoli and plant shutdowns due to
    Dispucible heath conditions like what happened in Brooks Alberta plant operated by the Islamic refugee population settled in this area

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Ask Ayaan what she thinks of Trump.