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An application went in to Bradford Council regarding a new meat processing plant to be opened next to Guru Gobind Singh Ji Gurdwara Bradford.

Next Tuesday 13th August there is a consultation in Bradford Town Hall starting at 9.45am to discuss openly this application. A petition was done and handed in to the council about 2-3 months ago. A Benti to Sangat to turn up to the consultation to show that the Sikh Community strongly oppose this application.

There is already a stench around the Leeds Road area from 1-2 meat plants on Hammerton Street/Buck Street between Wakefield Rd and Leeds Rd. Last Sunday the terrible smell of carcasses reached Gurdwara Singh Sabha (further away from Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara) and was very disturbing to the Sangat in the Darbaar Sahib during the Divaan. A meat plant directly next door to a Gurdwara Sahib would be horrific.

Muslims would protest and never allow a Pig farm, slaughter house or a pub to open next to a Mosque so we need to show that Sikhs also object to a meat processing plant next to a Gurdwara Sahib. The planning application can be viewed here, please leave your comments on the planning website for the council to see. http://www.planning4bradford.com/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=MI3KWNDHLT000

PLEASE ADD COMMENTS TO PLANNING WEBSITE ASAP AS MEETING IS ON TUESDAY

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I read the news report about this the other day in the Bradfor Argus & Telegraph. The Sikh spokesperson from the Gurdwara gave the reporters a list of reasons why it shouldn't be allowed and among those 'reasons' was the apparent 'fact' that "cows are holy to Sikhs and the meat plant could include the smell of beef wafting in the air" :stupidme:

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Ahh Bradford not surprised at all. You could u imagine a non halal pork factory opening up next to the mosque, it would never happen. But Sikhs are allowed to be pushed around becos they are the minority. This would never happen in places in London or Slough etc.

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Ahh Bradford not surprised at all. You could u imagine a non halal pork factory opening up next to the mosque, it would never happen. But Sikhs are allowed to be pushed around becos they are the minority. This would never happen in places in London or Slough etc.

Besides the minority bit sikhs aren't going to behead someone or blow something up apparently by spilling blood your voice is heard and the media calls your community a peaceful one primarily out of fear and in attempts of spreading propaganda that you are actually peaceful so that you act peaceful.

This halal process plant says they won't be storing beef but just mutton and chicken and it's going to be held at low temperatures so it won't smell, why don't they move to an industrial area or is this a free for all? If it is I think we need to do what americans are doing at the ground zero mosque by funding the opening of a gay muslim night club, next door. The ground zero mosque stuff is a horrible saga one man standing for it talks about how it will be good for cohesion, goes on tv talks about rights etc. But then publishes a book in arabic calling for a mosque to remark the site of the holy ones jihad on infidel land, the book was translated and when the guy was asked he says it's out of context and mistranslated.

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Besides the minority bit sikhs aren't going to behead someone or blow something up apparently by spilling blood your voice is heard and the media calls your community a peaceful one primarily out of fear and in attempts of spreading propaganda that you are actual peaceful so that you act peaceful.

This halal process plant says they won't be storing beef but just mutton and chicken and it's going to be held at low temperatures, why don't they move to an industrial area or is this a free for all? If it is I think we need to do what americans are doing at the ground zero mosque by funding the opening of a gay muslim night club.

Not the reply he was expecting LOL

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The gurdwara should not have been built in an industrial estate in the first place.

This is why you then get these kind of problems.

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It doesn't matter if it's halal or not, having an abattoir or slaughterhouse next to a gurdwara is not good.

Infact, even if it's within a mile or so or en route to the main roads, then that too is bad because-

Of the NOISE from the cries and screams of animals that can be heard from the trucks and lorries as they are transported into the slaughterhouse.

You ask any truck driver who has done these runs and they will tell you that the whole journey goes quite well and quiet until they get to about a mile and a half from the slaughterhouse.

Then the animals somehow SENSE that their death is near and that they are about to take their last walk ever straight into the abattoir. These animals then get so anxious and start crying and screaming out in total fear as if they can SMELL their death.

If you have heard these screams coming from a passing lorry or one stood at the lights, then you will know that it would be the last thing you want hear when you are in the vicinity of a gurdwara.

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Besides the minority bit sikhs aren't going to behead someone or blow something up apparently by spilling blood your voice is heard and the media calls your community a peaceful one primarily out of fear and in attempts of spreading propaganda that you are actually peaceful so that you act peaceful.

This halal process plant says they won't be storing beef but just mutton and chicken and it's going to be held at low temperatures so it won't smell, why don't they move to an industrial area or is this a free for all? If it is I think we need to do what americans are doing at the ground zero mosque by funding the opening of a gay muslim night club, next door. The ground zero mosque stuff is a horrible saga one man standing for it talks about how it will be good for cohesion, goes on tv talks about rights etc. But then publishes a book in arabic calling for a mosque to remark the site of the holy ones jihad on infidel land, the book was translated and when the guy was asked he says it's out of context and mistranslated.

Sometimes, this is the only way such people understand.

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It doesn't matter if it's halal or not, having an abattoir or slaughterhouse next to a gurdwara is not good.

Infact, even if it's within a mile or so or en route to the main roads, then that too is bad because-

Of the NOISE from the cries and screams of animals that can be heard from the trucks and lorries as they are transported into the slaughterhouse.

You ask any truck driver who has done these runs and they will tell you that the whole journey goes quite well and quiet until they get to about a mile and a half from the slaughterhouse.

Then the animals somehow SENSE that their death is near and that they are about to take their last walk ever straight into the abattoir. These animals then get so anxious and start crying and screaming out in total fear as if they can SMELL their death.

If you have heard these screams coming from a passing lorry or one stood at the lights, then you will know that it would be the last thing you want hear when you are in the vicinity of a gurdwara.

I don't think it is a slaughtering house, it's going to be a processing plant i'm guessing they will do packaging. The smell won't be that bad if they follow proper health procedures so keeping it stored, wearing regulation clothing. Cleaning the place and so on. There are all sorts of meat establishments near alot of gurdwaras already. The lorries might cause noise but they are pretty much everywhere these days, perhaps they could claim compensation to have the gurdwara install double glazing to reduce the noise pollution.

What can you do bradford has turned into pakistan literally there is a high concentration population of pakistani muslims in that particular area. Doubt the local mps care about appeasing sikhs.

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