Thanks to Islamization Watch
That’s the thing about Islam ~ the changes it demands are often exclusive rather than inclusive ~ unless you join Islam. One of the ways countries would be islamized after their initial take over by Muslim hordes – is that discriminatory Shari’a laws made being a non-Muslim extremely difficult.
Resistance in France, more dhimmitude in Austria:
“Whoever publicly … incites … against a (note: long list of specific) group is punishable by up to two years imprisonment.” The same also applies to whoever “seeks make slurs” against such a group. So it standsÂ in the draft of the bill that has already passed all-encompassing expert examination without any great pulic outcry (Art. 1 Â§ 283).
Austria: Good night, freedom of speech! from Politically Incorrect
- Jhatka or Chatka meat (Hindi à¤à¤Ÿà¤•à¤¾, Punjabi: à¨à¨Ÿà¨•à¨¾ jhaá¹kÄ, from Sanskrit ghÄtaka “killing”) is meat from an animal which has been killed by a single strike of a sword or axe to sever the head, as opposed to Jewish slaughter (shechita) or Islamic slaughter (dhabihah) in which the animal is killed by ritually slicing the throat. It has been described as the antithesis of ritual slaughter.
- Sikhs are recommended to eat Jhatka meat, as they do not believe any ritual gives meat a spiritual virtue (ennobles the flesh). Another reason Sikhs do not eat halal meat is because the use of halal methods is a prerequisite for converting to Islam.
- Sikhs would be excluded from eating at the French halal restaurants ~ they caught on a long time ago ~ that is what you are forced to eat before you are made to convert to Islam.
AFP – A move by a French fast-food chain to offer halal menus at a handful of restaurants has some politicians fuming, in the latest row over France’s increasingly visible Muslim minority.
The Quick chain has taken pork off its menu in eateries in Roubaix, northern France, as well as in Marseille and in the Paris suburb of Argenteuil to try to tap into the growing market of Muslim customers.
But politicians from the left and right have complained that the switch to no-bacon hamburgers, launched three months ago in November, is depriving non-Muslims of their right to the standard menu.
They argue that non-Muslims now have to trek to the suburbs to get a bacon burger as Quick is the only fast-food place in the city centre.
Roubaix town leaders on Thursday filed a complaint for discrimination, their lawyer Frank Berton told AFP. He said Quick was effectively making the supplying of its products conditional on religious affiliation.