| Shock horror in UK: Muslim parents find pork in cheese and onion rolls bought at supermarket
| Monday, March 14, 2016
|Once I was in a restaurant and ordered hummus and got baba ghanouj
I called no reporters, and none would have done anything if I
had called except laugh. Why was Chris Young of the Bradford Telegraph
and Argus so interested in this that he made it a news story? He is
trying to reinforce the narrative that Muslims in the West are subjected
to routine incidences of “Islamophobia” that make life trying and
difficult for them.
Yes, there are jihad mass murder attacks, but look:
pork in cheese and onion rolls! “Muslim parents horrified to find pork in cheese and onion rolls
bought at Tesco in Great Horton Road, Bradford,” by Chris Young, Bradford Telegraph and Argus, March 8, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace): MUSLIM parents were horrified after discovering cheese and onion rolls they had given their children were in fact pork.
Waqar Khalil and Malgorzata Walilko bought the snacks from Tesco in
Great Horton Road and heated them up and gave them to Sameeh, eight, and
Saad Gabriel, six. Noticing the smell, they checked the rolls, which their children had
already started eating, and saw they were pork filled, rather than
cheese and onion.
The eating of pork is forbidden for practising Muslims. A spokesman for the supermarket giant said it was investigating the
incident but this was the only complaint it had received about the
The couple said the pack of six was clearly marked as cheese and
onion, and also had a label on it saying the product was suitable for
The parents have complained to Tesco, which offered an apology, but they refused to accept a £20 voucher to the store. The couple, who live in Melba Road, Canterbury, Bradford, said the
children were upset after they were told the rolls were pork, and they
will now have to get rid of kitchen appliances the rolls were in contact
Read it all here..............
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 8:34 PM