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Yep apparently you can make cereal halal. I personally do not understand it, does this mean they cut the cereal piece by piece or something like they do with animals?

Does this mean we cannot eat it? I loved my crunchy nut man if its true.

Im just waiting for the halal Ford Focus and Halal PS4

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In Muslim owned factories they must read kalma over the food, or non food stuffs ie cosmetics and drugs to ensure they fit the halal criteria. The only way to minimise eating forbidden foods is to bec

WJKK WJKF The halal label on Kellogg's and foods like Bread states to Muslims that is permissible, meaning it can be consumed or used. Hence why Muslim women will use halal makeup. A sikh can consum

halal means permissable in islam, in other words, islamically compatible.In terms of meat it means slaughtered in the islamic way, i.e: bled to death while prayers are read. There are products such a

This is pretty old news, i read about it back in 2011 i think, a little more information here (albeit a little bias):

http://www.antisharia.com/2011/11/17/kellogg%E2%80%99s-and-mars-gain-halal-certification/

I think it's all been kept a little quite because of the obvious backlash but to be honest i don't think it makes a blind bit of difference to the average consumer.

A halal Focus or PS4 is fine but bring on the Halal Range Rover, now that's what i'm waiting for.

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Yep apparently you can make cereal halal. I personally do not understand it, does this mean they cut the cereal piece by piece or something like they do with animals?

Does this mean we cannot eat it? I loved my crunchy nut man if its true.

Im just waiting for the halal Ford Focus and Halal PS4

then that would rule all veg and fruit too...it just means they checked it doesn't have meat products in it (or if it does that they are halal)

we are not supposed to do either halal(all things approved in islam) or haram (all things disapproved of in islam) but that would mean do absolutely nothing, use your bibek buddhi it's in respect to the specific things the Guru ji has outlined maas and relationships outside marriage.

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I dont understand the halal process non meat wise to be honest. How does it work? With animals i know they slit the throat or make the animal bleed to death in to be honest the most inhumane way. But what is the process with things like cereal and bread - hovis i think is halal

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I dont understand the halal process non meat wise to be honest. How does it work? With animals i know they slit the throat or make the animal bleed to death in to be honest the most inhumane way. But what is the process with things like cereal and bread - hovis i think is halal

like I said it has to be totally free of any meat by product e.g. bread improver is sometimes ground pig hairs ....or gelatine from beef or pork in yoghurts ( in this case the beef could be halal and then the gelatine would be also and therefore the yoghurt) pure veg food is halal in these terms.

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I dont understand the halal process non meat wise to be honest. How does it work? With animals i know they slit the throat or make the animal bleed to death in to be honest the most inhumane way. But what is the process with things like cereal and bread - hovis i think is halal

From speaking to Muslim friends in the past I get the impression with non-meat produce they look at the ingredients, there are things they are not able to eat and if a product has those ingredients then it's classed as haram.

The problem i can see with going down this road is that manufacturers like Kelloggs are bowing down to a minority group because someone in their marketing department probably told them it's a good idea and they's get more sales from it, to me it's just a nonsense, when i grew up in the 80's people our family knew who where Muslim would just check the ingredients, you know, like you would do if your and Amritdhari and you would check to too if a product had egg or animal fat in it, it's just political correctness gone mad.

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From speaking to Muslim friends in the past I get the impression with non-meat produce they look at the ingredients, there are things they are not able to eat and if a product has those ingredients then it's classed as haram.

The problem i can see with going down this road is that manufacturers like Kelloggs are bowing down to a minority group because someone in their marketing department probably told them it's a good idea and they's get more sales from it, to me it's just a nonsense, when i grew up in the 80's people our family knew who where Muslim would just check the ingredients, you know, like you would do if your and Amritdhari and you would check to too if a product had egg or animal fat in it, it's just political correctness gone mad.

but it is not to much to ask they can always refuse ...just like quorn who refuse to investigate binder of the vegan kind

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The halal label on Kellogg's and foods like Bread states to Muslims that is permissible, meaning it can be consumed or used. Hence why Muslim women will use halal makeup.

A sikh can consume such foods which are vegetarian which fall under halal, however a sikh cannot consume halal meat, if a sikh is to consume meat, it should be jhatka as stated my the Rehat Maryada and The Akal Takhat.

The halal meat industry is undercover within the uk definitely. The majority of meat is Halal slaughtered and goes uncertified. While the E.U have brought new legislation in the uk for food outlets about stating allergens within every ingredient used, it fails to state whether or not an animal has gone through the halal slaughter method is most cases.

Whether we are a jhatka eating sikh or a veg eating sikh, halal should be fought due to the treatment of the animal during slaughter, being simply killed with no compassion or dignity.

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I noticed this a while ago; and did try to start a campagin to state Sikh Approved.

If another community (e.g. Muslim) can get a label approved stating it is Halal Approved; why can Sikhs not get a campaign going for getting label of "Sikh Approved"

As it is not going to go on any meat products; it will clarify matters a lot for Sikhs.

Thanks

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halal means permissable in islam, in other words, islamically compatible.In terms of meat it means slaughtered in the islamic way, i.e: bled to death while prayers are read.

There are products such as halal insurance and mortgates etc, as islam doesnt allow interest to be charged on financial products apparently.

Either way all halal products should be avoided as proceeds from halal products end up in some cases funding islamist terrorism.

http://www.boycotthalal.com/halal-funds-terrorists-zakat/

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In Muslim owned factories they must read kalma over the food, or non food stuffs ie cosmetics and drugs to ensure they fit the halal criteria. The only way to minimise eating forbidden foods is to become bibeki like some DDT, Nihang and AKJ Singhs.

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veer ji, it is only meat in which the Muslim will carry out Dhabiha, the halal slaughter method. Any other none meat item like veg is deemed halal as that it is permissible to use/consume.

However in some products like make up, only an animals fat can be used which has undergone halal slaughter in order for it to be certified halal, but products like toothpaste for example have no prayer, just checks that non natural chemicals like alcohol have been added.

Hence why for example, a sikh in Pakistan could consume the veg which is deemed halal however not the halal meat, as it has undergone Dhabiha.

For a sikh, his/her hands used to grow/rear, harvest/hunt/jhatka, then cook an eat by their own hands is the best method if possible. In today's modern world it's hard to do this though as many of us live busy lives.

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One reason for these non-meat products labeled as halal is that so these consumer hungry companies can export products to Middle Eastern and South east Asian countries.

They have many products ranging from toiletries to baked beans....these damned lists are growing by the second.

So, many of us are probably not worried or bothered because we are thinking that it is all about companies making a fast buck and expanding their markets....

Well if you think it doesn't matter then you could well be wrong ??

Because the other issue here is WHO is endorsing this halal status ?.............

............It's these so called non-profit organizations like MCG-muslim consumer group,...IFANCA and in Canada they have Islamic food and Nutrition Council of Canada (IFANCC),...Halal certifcation agency HCA....Halal Council of Europe,,,, and there's probably as many more for as many sub-groups and islamic divisions they have !!

From what I know and have learned is that these very organizations obviously get funded by the companies...because if someone at some company says .....

....''what do we have to do to get our products to middle east and for the growing muslim populations to purchase in freedom ??''

answer will be ''Get the islamic stamp approvals which will cost XXX and then we will have no worries and newer bigger market !!!..''

but these certification approvals claim that the funds are for muslim charities or whatever to get these exemptions ....

They claim it's all part of the Islamic ZAKAT ......BUT the deep fact of the matter is they fund the terrorist organizations of course or build another few mosques here and there........

So all of us should be careful in what brands or stores we purchase from...

We are all making ourselves responsible for the next attack in our cities and countries.

There have been many groups that have tried to speak out about this and nearly all have them have been threatened by the organizations to shut up.

Have a look at just the many groups around different cities in the world under the ''BOYCOTT HALAL'' banner

see http://www.boycotthalal.com/

and since the aussies have started shouting...the message seems to be spreading see http://www.halalchoices.com.au/take_action.html and you will see more than kelloggs on there !!

What should we do ?

Instead of using the billions of sangat money from golacks...to building new gurdwaras,...making luxurious kitchens and langar halls... funding gyanis and expensive gurdwara vehicles....we could be investing into our own growing of organic fruits, veg and produce ..couldn't we ?.

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What should we do ?

Instead of using the billions of sangat money from golacks...to building new gurdwaras,...making luxurious kitchens and langar halls... funding gyanis and expensive gurdwara vehicles....we could be investing into our own growing of organic fruits, veg and produce ..couldn't we ?.

Oh the ideological dream, maybe one day, there are a few out there that manage to out the money back onto the community but on the whole i think we're a long way off, we can't even agree to sit in the same Gurdwara at the moment never mind anything else. This whole thing reminded me of a news story where i live late last year, a local KFC (yeah, i know, it's a chicken place but just bear with me) stopped handing out hand wipes, the reason, because they contained surgical alcohol and it may offend their Muslim clients as it's haram, here the kicker, the majority of the customer's at that takeaway were non-muslim and those that did go their really didn't care either way, like i've already said, political correctness gone mad.

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