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Naazish, Chicago - wrote on 6/25/2010 8:32:50 AM
Comment:Aren't we being hypocrites when we have issues with Al Safa being non-Muslim owned and halal? I bet you, all those who have issues with Al Safa would embrace McDonalds with open arms if it turned halal. Or would Muslims prefer KFC, Burger King and every fast food place never be halal? Hypocritical huh?
Dan, Detroit, MI - wrote on 7/4/2006 12:06:51 AM
Comment:Great article. I've seen al-Safa products in my local Halal grocer and would have never known this if not for your site. I will definitely pass this information on.
Abdullah, San Francisco - wrote on 3/24/2004 11:48:36 AM
Comment:It is highly the time for the Muslims to utilize their strengths for the welfare of their
own societies instead of blind support of others.
Liz Seger, Dayton, OH - wrote on 6/23/2003 5:20:27 PM
Comment:I just wanted to let you know that I am a Jew who gladly eats Halal meat. I avoid the hindquarter, but as there are too few places to find kosher meat in Ohio, I rely on the local middle eastern grocers for chicken, lamb chops, etc. It is sad to see, after so many centuries of Jews and Muslims being able to rely on each other for permissible food while traveling among strangers, that there is so little agreement today. I will keep buying halal meat, and I will keep letting grocers and restauranteurs know that I am a Jew who keeps kosher and that I trust them to help me keep kosher. Thank you for your accessible site.
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