...think again. Kentucky Fried Chicken in the UK is engaging in a trial of halal-only KFC's. This means, I mention in passing, that bacon-containing items which KFC otherwise sells are not available at these restaurants at all. Welcome to UK-Eurabia. No bacon here, thank you. But moving on, KFC's dhimmi intention has been to "woo" Muslim customers by offering halal-only meat at these restaurants, and for that reason has purchased only chickens whose throats were cut while a verse from the Koran is recited over an intercom system.
Let me repeat that: A major, not-previously-Muslim food chain in Britain is deliberately selling in quite a number of its restaurants only meat that was slaughtered while the Koran was being read over the intercom in the slaughterhouse. Think about that for a minute. This is plain old KFC, and they are buying not just meat that was slaughtered by this or that physical method, which is what you may have been deceptively told is all that "halal" means, but meat that was slaughtered in a slaughterhouse with a verse from the Koran being read--and it would have to be more or less continuously read--droning on all day over and over and over again.
But the news of the weird just gets weirder and weirder from the new Muslim world of chicken processing in the UK. The Muslims still aren't satisfied. No, you see, reading the Koran over and over again over the intercom in slaughterhouses isn't enough. They want each individual animal blessed by the Koran while still alive. The slaughterhouses have to get even more devoutly Muslim. The Muslim leaders will be meeting with KFC execs to discuss such deep matters as whether it is Islamically Correct to stun the chickens before cutting their throats. Some of them might die, you see, before having their throats cut and getting individually blessed by Koranic verses.
KFC is a private company and is free to pray to Allah over its dying chickens if it likes. But the rest of us are also free to be disgusted by the explicit Islamicization of previously normal public commerce in once-Christian Britain.
HT Jihad Watch