Apr 12 2015
AUSTRALIA: Protestors against terrorism-funding, barbaric halal Islamic slaughter attacked by pro-Islamization leftist fascists at Halal Expo
Police have broken up fights between anti-halal protestors and pro-Islamization left wing fascists outside Australia’s first barbaric Halal Food Expo in the western Sydney suburb of Fairfield.
SBS (h/t Cynthia P) Police were observing a small group of demonstrators carrying placards opposing halal certification and sharia law when they were confronted by the
anti-racism (Islam is not a race) pro-Islam supporters.
One of the anti-Islam demonstrators Nick Folkes (above) said he represented the Party For Freedom.
“We’re opposed completely to ritual slaughter. Our set of values are completely different to Islam,” he said.
The Halal expo organizers says one of their aims has been to counter ignorance – as they push a message of food appreciation, tolerance and harmony.
“If they are really serious about any issue in this country, they have to take that issue with a friendly manner, with an harmonious manner,” said director Syed Atiqul Hassan.
One major halal certifying agency told SBS World News it was not taking part in the expo because it doubts that all participants are in fact certified.
But organizers say they’re confident that all stallholders are accredited.
Pauline Hanson correctly claims halal certification ‘funds terrorism.’
AU News CONTROVERSIAL politician Pauline Hanson has called halal certification in Australia a “profit, money-making racket” and said it is “connected to Islamic organisations … such as the Muslim Brotherhood”.
In an interview with Today with co-host Deb Knight, the One Nation party leader said it was wrong for Prime Minister Tony Abbott to say “Australians don’t have an issue with [halal]”.
“I’m sorry, prime minister, a lot of Australians have an issue with paying a tax for halal certification when 98 per cent of Australians are not Muslim,” Ms Hanson said.
She said that businesses that refuse to halal certify their products “have extortion put on them”, and that Australians should not be paying “extra” for basic products.
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