UKAS accrediting halal is endorsing dawa
International halal accreditation is not agreed by a single body but by hundreds and is highly non-standardised, like Islam itself. We previously drew attention to this here. UKAS is now pleased to help bring the world into submission to Allah while receiving its share of the fees.
Will it make the food uncompetitively expensive and with less money going to funding Islamic murder and injustice both by jihad and foisting halal food on naïve populations?
Or will accreditation be done on the poorly and on the cheap, as UKAS can do when it suits commercial interests?
Most halal food is produced by developed nations since the demands of Islam prevents Islamic countries from developing internally and forces them to export their best academics and buy in Western knowledge, technology and capacity.
Islam fights the West on which it depends
Who would have thought UKAS would conspire to accredit the funding for events like these?
On June 8, Bangladesh’s Christian Association organize a protest in front of the national press club, against the killing of Sunil Gomes and others in Dhaka. Unidentified attackers murdered the 65-year-old Sunil Gomes in the village of Bonpara, home to one of the oldest Christian communities in Muslim-majority Bangladesh. “Sunil Gomes was hacked to death at his grocery store just near a church at Bonpara village,” said Shafiqul Islam, deputy police chief of Natore district.
But it isn’t all about killing:
Welsh schoolgirl was ‘kept prisoner in a cage, starved and abused because of her un-Islamic lifestyle’
Fireman Sam producer apologises after showing character treading on page from the Koran
Learn about the coercion and mind control that is going on here:
The process of Islamisation
Both traditional Muslims and Islamists promote the halal/haram system as a way of protecting the Muslim community from the supposedly polluting influences of secular, non-Muslim society. However, many Muslim scholars assert that the halal and haram rules are not for Muslims only, but for all human beings. They claim that those who engage in haram activities are under Allah’s curse and deserve punishment; that those who create their own laws while ignoring Allah’s laws on the permitted and the prohibited are guilty of the most serious sin of shirk. Thus, they believe, halal and haram are part of Islamic da‘wa: it is the duty of Muslims to spread the rules to non-Muslims, not only to implement Allah’s will but also for the good of non-Muslims.
Coercion is essential when the arguments are weak.
How verifiable and traceable is halal/dawa/sharia that UKAS can enforce it?
What is the uncertainty of measurement for such beliefs? Precisely how far from pigs and pests does the food have to be? Do the pigs need to be GPS tagged to be certain?
How testable a hypothesis is sharia?
Or do UKAS really only care about extending their monopoly into death fetishism?
Victims know accreditation is all about enforcement, inspection and the worship of GDP. Science is just a pretext.
Your new UKAS assessor?
UKAS’s account of their complicity in dawa follows:
International Halal Accreditation Forum is established
UKAS was pleased to be invited to become a foundation member of the International Halal Accreditation Forum (IHAF) in May 2016 after the IHAF was established by the United Arab Emirates’ Government. The primary objective of establishing the IHAF is to harmonise conformity assessment practices in the Halal field, and establish Multilateral Recognition Agreements between member bodies that will facilitate Halal trade globally. UKAS currently has some active enquiries in the area of Halal certification and is keen to ensure that any new areas of work are consistent with the work of other accreditation bodies, and in line with existing ILAC and IAF arrangements. It is expected that the work of the IHAF will develop over the coming months.
Other foundation members include:
Dubai Accreditation Department (DAC, UAE)
Emirates National Accreditation System
General Coordination for Accreditation (CGCRE, Brazil)
American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA, USA)
Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC, Pakistan)
Entidad Nacional de Acreditacion (ENAC, Spain)
Gulf Centre for Accreditation (GAC)
Saudi Accreditation Committee (SAC, Saudi Arabia)
The Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ, Aus/NZ)
Read this paper and see how messy and non-standardised halal is for the food you eat and the murder you fund:
Marin Neio Demirci, Jan Mei Soon, Carol A. Wallace. Positioning food safety in Halal assurance. PII: S0956-7135(16)30305-X. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodcont.2016.05.059. Reference: JFCO 5076. To appear in: Food Control.
Positioning Food Safety in Halal Assurance
Marin Neio Demirci, Jan Mei Soon and Carol A. Wallace. International Institute of Nutritional Sciences and Applied Food Safety Studies, School of Sport and Wellbeing, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE, United Kingdom
Muslims follow the religion of Islam and the food they eat should be Halal, meaning lawful or permissible. Muslims are allowed to eat halal and wholesome food that has been provided for them. However, some of the main prohibitions are swine flesh, blood, carrion, animals not slaughtered according to Islamic laws and alcoholic drinks. At present Halal assurance is in a complicated state, with various Halal standards differing from each other without gaining mutual acceptance. The world is starting to understand the need for an influential globally accepted standard that would open doors to global markets and gain consumer confidence. This paper discusses issues mainly related to food safety in Halal assurance. The aim was to discover and describe the approach to food safety requirements in Halal food provision and how this is incorporated in the Halal assurance systems. The position of food safety regulation within Halal requirements or Halal standards’ requirements for food safety is still unclear. This review also considers whether current Halal standards include criteria in common with internationally accepted food hygiene standards and emphasizes the potential of using the HACCP system for Halal assurance.
Should an inspection monopoly guaranteed by the British government be used to enforce submission to sharia on the population of the world?
But is it really halal if Islamic law itself, an older and more enduring mind-control cult, is subjected to the newer, higher standard of ISO accreditation which lacks much will to kill?
Aren’t ISOs haram because they were conceived without submission to sharia and management ISOs are a secular alternative to Islamic oppression?
How then can haram ISO accreditation validate sharia law?
Since halal slaughtermen must be Muslims, will UKAS inspect their madrassa training records to ensure they are up-to-date Muslims? Will the madrassa training records be sufficient? How about the method witnessing records for their daily practice of Islam? If these are not in order, the meat won’t be halal. Or maybe UKAS will just use more relaxed standards than they impose on labs.
Will the ISO meet its doom in sharia once it gets conformed itself, as it will have to be?
How surprising is it that two bullying cults, one supposedly religious, one supposedly secular, should collaborate in this way? Not very surprising at all – what they have in common is the justification of defective dichotomous thinking, unprovable dogmas, protection rackets (accreditation/jizya extortion) and bullying.
UKAS and Islam will share the profits of accreditation to spread the harm of both by funding dawa.
To understand more download the book, Dawa by Patrick Sookhdeo or peruse and purchase it here:
A global survey of Islamist strategies and tactics for missionary outreach (dawa) in the 21st century, this easy-to-read book analyses the process of Islamisation at an individual and societal level. Looking at politics, law, education and other spheres, in a wide range of countries, it reveals the underlying patterns, structures and organisation. It also examines the theological roots of dawa that inspire Islamists today. Suitable for any interested reader, but well referenced for students.
Rejecting a relaxed standardisation:
Leads to a sterner variety:
Wouldn’t eat at Nandos
Not many investigate the reasons for what follows a changing of the gods.