05-Mar-2012, 20:58 PM
Re: Is halal meat scientifically proven right?
Probably it also implies that no Qafirs were used in the production, processing or delivery of the stuff. A closed shop to allow the Muslims to serve Muslims while shutting others out. Not bad if you want your own merchants, shopkeepers and producers to be stronger versus the competition. For me at the end of the day it is little hocus-pocus.
Originally Posted by amarjit singh bamrah
I have seen for sale in London
and other foods as well
what does this all mean
Let me cite an example,
EXAMPLE: During my student years I worked weekends at a grocery store in London owned by a Sikh. Lot of the clientele was West Indian origin. Such loved pig-tails as a delicacy. The pig-tails used to come in large containers of brine (heavily salted water) mixed with the pig tails. One day while moving the drum of pig-tails there was an accident and pinkish brine water spilled over Rice Jute bags. We had to think if to throw the rice so damaged out to garbage.
We talked to the owner. He said no way he wanted to throw the rice out.
Guess what it was turned into,
One reason I will never be able to run a grocery store.
| SPECIAL: Pig-tail flavored rice. All was quickly grabbed by the shoppers.
So may be a lot of clever marketing and some how a claim of purity and uniqueness gets embedded in Halal propaganda too.
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