Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The "Kosher tax" scam exposed

Kosher rubbing alcohol, kosher hydrogen peroxide and kosher bottled water...right. Heck, they even have Kosher Meth lab. Imagine the outrage if we were doing this, tricking non-Muslims into paying for halal certification...




...then again, deception is not a part of our faith. Btw this halal keyboard is amazing.

7 comments:

Lord of Leoness said...

What the hell?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

GivinIT2U said...

Though I felt some of the information in the video was speculative, I did find this information interesting.

As a Muslim I do sometimes look for the U or K or Pareve symbol on food items. Though Jewish culture and Muslim culture are very different, we do share some of the same dietary habits.

However, I have no need to see those symbols on rubbing alcohol and peroxide.

DrMaxtor said...

Asalam Aliakum GivinlT2U,

My concern isn't the similarity between Muslim and Jewish dietary laws. What bothers me is this kosher certification scam which non-Jews have to unknowingly pay for. This is clearly an act of deception.

Abe said...

Why do you care if Jews want to eat Kosher and pay for it? Jews have money and they want to share it with workers and Rabbis that know how to take care for Kosher production of food. It's cleaner and healthier than the other food and many Christian and Muslims prefer to pay little more money for better and cleaner food.
It's not a reason to turn Kosher laws as a weapon against Judaisn because you fail to compete!

DrMaxtor said...

@Abe,

I have no issues whatsoever with Jews eating kosher and paying for it themselves. My problem is when non-Jews are unknowingly paying the hidden costs of kosher certification. I don't care whether dish washing fluid or foil paper is kosher or not.
As for "failing to compete" this is your wish full thinking. I consume only halal products which are clearly labeled, and I would oppose anybody who would slip in the costs of halal certification to unsuspecting consumers. It's a matter of ethics and honesty, not religion.

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Swordsmen said...

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