Last Spring, Cadbury made sure all of its Chocolate Easter Bunnies were halal-certified so little Muslim children could celebrate Easter, too. Now, I guess they’ve decided that little Muslim children also deserve halal-certified chocolate Santa Clauses in their Christmas stockings. How multicultural of them.
In case you missed the Cadbury halal Easter Bunny reports, once again Cadbury is going all out halal for Christmas – making sure it’s chocolate Christmas goodies are sharia-compliant.
As the Muslim plague continues its drive to infiltrate and dominate the West, barbaric animal slaughter known as ‘halal’ certification has become a big business in non-Muslim countries, with non-Muslims often being forced to buy halal products without their knowledge. Even products that don’t involve the slaughter of animals must now be halal-certified just for Muslims.
“The rules of halal are that any food is forbidden to Muslims if it includes blood, pork, alcohol, the flesh of carnivores or carrion, or comes from an animal which has not been slaughtered in the correct manner, which includes having its throat slit.” Somehow I fail to see the reason for chocolate to be certified halal. Make sure you don’t buy anything from ‘Cadbury’ or you will inadvertently be financing terrorism, as part of every dollar paid for halal certification ends up in the Islamic terrorist network.
Sheikyermami (h/t Susan K)
Notice the long list of Cadbury halal products:
Notice the short list of Cadbury kosher products: