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Kfc Is Going Halal

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KFC are introducing halal chicken in some of their restaurants to placate the local muslims. If you wish to make a comment please do so on this page. keep it clean and rational and no use of the word p%~# as they will take no notice of any offensive comments. Pass it on to as many people as you can and boycott KFC until they stop this medieval nonsense.

[url="http://www.kfc.co.uk/about-kfc/halal/"]http://www.kfc.co.uk/about-kfc/halal/[/url]
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The stores taking part in the trial are:
Lea Bridge Road - E10 7DN
Beckton - E6 4LG
Edmonton - N18 2XA
Hounslow West - TW4 7DJ
Upton Park - E13 0AR
Forest Gate - E7 8BA
Bethnal Green - E2 0AH
Tottenham Hale - N17 9FR

:hmm:

What about Birmingham?

It's a business decision. All of those Chicken Cottage type places you see in shitholes were set up for that reason. :FACT

The move follows a similar decision made by Dominos Pizza, which launched a halal-only menu in its Hall Green store in Birmingham earlier this year.
The new menu will be available in areas of London with large Muslim populations including East End districts Forest Gate, Beckton, West Ham and Bethnal Green. The eight outlets, which also include stores in Tottenham, nearby Edmonton, Leyton and Hounslow, will run the scheme as a trial throughout the summer.
The trial will be assessed after a few months and if sales figures are high could take place in other stores in the UK where large numbers of Muslim customers are based and where there is demand.
Halal means any item on the menu which may contain bacon, ham or pork must be removed and all the chicken must by halal-approved. Under the rules, the animal must be killed by having its throat cut by a Muslim and any flowing blood of the carcass should be completely drained. All this must be done while the animal is still alive and without any pre-stunning, as is the civilised norm in the Western world.
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whats the point of this topic?

if you have a problem take it up with colonel sanders.

look on the bright side - at least you know what his secret recipe is & why you often see muslims with yellow stuff on their fingers.
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fordcapri, if your that bothered, go and firebomb the shop and blame it on your beloved BNP. that will send a clear message. anyway KFCs are rubbish and full of chavs spitting in the food anyway.
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[quote name='khalistan_militant' post='404559' date='May 12 2009, 02:10 PM']who gives a crap about kfc shouldnt be eating there in the first place![/quote]


yeh me know, but sometimes Macdonalds is closed .
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i am not surprised at all after watching this clip although i didn find anything funny in it [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddFB8pwWFnE"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddFB8pwWFnE[/url]


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Fordcapri has made a valuable point, Halal meat is forbidden in the Sikh Faith.

I don't tend to eat fast food due to health reasons and PETA (animal welfare organisation) has condemned the suffering of animals destined for KFC.

I am ashamed of the way certain Sikh Sangat members criticise other Sikhs when someone posts a topic. Rather than trying to understand and support fellow Sikhs negativity is spouted.

Guru Nanak was a revolutionary he did not eat meat, drink alcohol, he did not believe in the caste system, he had faith in one God. If Sikhism was to start today the biggest critics of him would be yourselves!
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Killing of an animal is completely prohibited in Sikhism - whether it is Halaal Or Jhatka.

For cultures/religions/countries who want to eat meat, they see Jhatka as the most humane way of killing the animal (for cultures and socities who eat meat) and that's the way even Western World does it compared to Halaal which is torturing the animal by giving the animal untolerable pains, thus the most inhumane way of killing animals.So, it is not Halaal - basically it is Haraam.
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[quote name='alemcodon' date='01 October 2010 - 04:00 AM' timestamp='1285930830' post='473729']
your guru never drank alcohol and ive heard sikhs tell me its wrong for them to drink, yet most sikhs i know are the heaviest drinkers you could find...fix up the core of your religion/people before pointing fingers at other religions.
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I have to agree with you on the above point! We are all open to criticism and therefore need to realise that before criticising others. But don't assume that someone like 'Fordcapri 'represents the voice of intellectual Sikhs, he's a individual misfit and it's been identified many times on this forum.
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