'n Australianer wat praat oor hoe halaal gevorseer word op seker besighede
Hierdie kort video is baie kragtig en ons beveel dit aan is 'n moet sien. Hierdie is 'n getuienis wat vertel word van 'n Australiaanse besigheidsman en hoe hy gevorseer is om sy besigheid halaal te registreer. Hierdie is eintlik geneem uit 'n langer video wat gesien kan word by die "link" hieronder.
Vir diegene wat steeds nie oortuig is en op soek is na 'n bietjie meer bewyse dat halaal sertifiseerings maatskappye vir die uitbreiding van Islam staan is hierdie 'n interessant link. Op hul eie webwerf verduidelik hulle die volgende:
"The MJC is divided into various divisions and departments, namely, Administration, Arbitration/Mediation, Da’wah(Da‘wah also transliterated daawa(h); Arabic: دعوة "invitation" means the proselytizing or preaching of Islam(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dawah) , Education, Fataawa, Finance, Halaal Certification & Monitoring, Muslim Personal Law, Presidency,Secretariat and Social Services"
Da'wah is moslem sending. So,deur hierdie halaal produkte te koop volgens hulle is ons automaties die finansieele ondersteuners van seker 'n aantal Moslem sendelinge wat nie net binne ons eie land werksaam is nie maar ook buite ons grense. Hierdie is omdat hul self se dat hul nie beperk is tot ons grense nie. Omdat hul ook se dat hul die verteenwoordigers is van 140 moskees kan ons slegs wonder hoeveel moslem sendelinge ons ondersteun. As gelowiges in Christus behoort ons juis die teenoorgestelde te doen. Die Woord se tog immers dat ons die Evangelie van Christus moet verkondig. Nie die van die moslems nie.
Hoe Jihads (terroriste) befonds word deur die Moslems.
If You Buy Halal, You Are Indirectly Financing Terrorism Via Zakat
It is unlikely that anyone else will inform you about this…
Islamic law requires a 2.5% tax called zakat which is imposed on income and accumulated wealth of all devout Muslims. ie. the muslims that are involved in the halal industry- the imams, slaughtermen, workers, business & shop owners etc.
Halal certification is done on a fee for service basis, with the fees varying with the scope and scale of the services. Certification is provided by Islamic organizations, and would not be halal if the required zakat was not paid on the fees.
What you may not know is that there are eight classes of zakat recipients, each of which gets a 1/8 share of the gross. One of those classifications is fighters in Allah’s cause aka Mudihideen, aka terrorists. When you purchase a product which is certified Halal, you are indirectly contributing to terrorism.
I quote from Reliance of the Traveller, the Shari’ah handbook of the majority Sunni sect of Islam.
h8.7: The Eight Categories of Recipients
It is obligatory to distribute one’s zakat among eight categories of recipients (O: meaning that zakat goes to none besides them), one-eighth of the zakat to each category. (n: In the Hanafi school, it is valid for the giver to distribute his zakat to all of the categories, some of them, or to confine himself to just one of them (al-Lubab fi sharh al-Kitab(y88), 1.155). )
h8.17: Those Fighting for Allah The seventh category is those fighting for Allah, meaning people engaged in Islamic military operations for whom no salary has been allotted in the army roster, but who are volunteers for jihad without remuneration. They are given enough to suffice them for the operation, even if affluent; of weapons, mounts, clothing, and expenses for the duration of the journey, round trip, and the time they spend there, even if prolonged. Though nothing has been mentioned here of the expense involved in supporting such people’s families during this period, it seems clear that they should also be given it.
Halal Meat: What is the Christian Position? By Stephen Green. First published in Christian Voice October 2010 SEE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMdgIk0UKG8 1 Cor. 10:20 But I say, that the things which the Gentiles sacrifice, they sacrifice to devils, and not to God: and I would not that ye should have fellowship with devils. 21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils. For meat to be ‘Halal’, the animal must be alive, intact and its heart beating, the slaughtering must be done in the presence of a Muslim, and a declaration, a ‘Shahada’, must be said over the meat at the point of slaughter. Shahada (or shahadah) is an Arabic word meaning ‘a declaration’. The most commonly encountered shaha... (to read more http://www.christianvoice.org.uk/index.php/halal-meat-what-is-the-christian-position/