No Mo Pok

Who cares for kuffar preferences when you got allah already?

Pigs can’t fly: Qantas bans pork on in-flight menu to respect Islam

Non-Muslim passengers hoping to enjoy pork are out of luck: it isn’t enough simply to have non-pork options. Rather, Islamic law must be imposed on everyone, Muslim or non-Muslims. “Pigs can’t fly – Qantas bans pork on in-flight menu to respect Islam,” by Angela Saurine and Peter Holmes for The Daily Telegraph, April 5 (JW)

Kangaroos can fly, but not pigs

Qantas bans pork on in-flight menu to respect submit to islam

QANTAS has removed pork from its in-flight menu on flights to and from Europe as a result of its partnership with Middle Eastern airline Emirates.

Porkophobia on Qantas & Virgin

Several other airlines which fly from Australia to the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia don’t serve pork either.

Virgin Australia does not serve pork on flights to and from Abu Dhabi and all meals that are prepared are halal accredited, with meat prepared in a way prescribed by Islamic law. …More submission at thanks to Mullah

 Chile won’t miss out:

CHILE, one of Malaysia’s leading bilateral FTA partners, started studying the halal market four years ago.

With its Muslim population numbering fewer than 1,000 people, it was a steep learning curve to understand the demand and supply chain of the halal market and the difference in certification between the Malaysian and Middle East markets.

Chile has, however, got its act together and by working closely with the Malaysia External Trade Development Corp (Matrade).

Lining up to pay the jiziya:

4 thoughts on “No Mo Pok”

  1. No problemo. Never again to Europe utilising Qantas anyway as I’d never travel a middle eastern airline.

  2. Can’t find it now, but there once was a song (about the Germans) going something like this:

    Today a Frankfurt sausage
    Tomorrow the world…

    Fits the present scenario.

  3. And I wonder how long it’ll be before they’ll be required to play a pre-recorded islamic prayer (curse?) before the flight departs?

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