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Under Threat, It’s OK to Remove Kosher, but Not Halal Products


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Jonathan Sacerdoti called Sainsbury’s customer service, and discussed the removal of Kosher products from one of their stores, following threats of violence.

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26 Responses to “Under Threat, It’s OK to Remove Kosher, but Not Halal Products”

  1. That is so un-just and very rude!

  2. Too one sided to my taste!

  3. Since when are threats of violence considered viable?? If it were not true it would be comical! All sensibility is gone

  4. A dictate from “Lord” Sainsbury

  5. Marcel Murad says:

    Don’t even buy **** from sainsbury

  6. Cindy Barson says:

    My money doesn’t have to be spent there.

  7. Despicable , ignorant people always resort to intimidation &violence.

  8. Hezbollah’s plan is to scare all the Jews to move to Israel so they can attack us all at once.

  9. It’s time for Jews to get out of Europe, the USA is about 5 yrs behind on that & we’ll have to get out of the USA too!!

  10. Vonnie Gross says:

    Yes,by all means keep the falafel,tabbouleh and hummus for the middle easterners,that hate your guts.

  11. Vonnie Gross says:

    Yes,by all means keep the falafel,tabbouleh and hummus for the middle easterners,that hate your guts.

  12. Vonnie Gross says:

    Yes,by all means keep the falafel,tabbouleh and hummus for the middle easterners,that hate your guts.

  13. Shula Conley says:

    this is just going to far!!! During the time of Spanish Inquisition if you refused to eat pork you were accused of being a Jew, imprisoned and tortured. Are we going back to a time when fanatic’s beginning to tell us what we can eat??? I keep kosher not only because I’m Jewish but because I believe that it is healthier. Here in America, a good 50% of what is on the shelf’s of the supermarkets is kosher.

  14. Carole Lucas says:

    Not fair, always bowing down to the haters of Israel. Do they not see that the hatred includes all of other faiths. The snake is going to turn around and bite them.

  15. Hey Lord Sainsbury YOUR KARMA IS ON ITS WAY YOU DONT WANT TO SERVE US WE
    DONT WANT YOUR SHARES

  16. Zvi Fink says:

    start throwing Halal products on the floor!!!!!

  17. Isaac Kim says:

    Fearing people rather than an Almighty Yahushua???

  18. Isaac Kim says:

    Fearing people rather than an Almighty Yahushua???

  19. Yes, I wondered why Hallal products weren’t seen as a threat if you follow the argument …

  20. I lived in a predominantly Muslim area (feels odd even saying that) and never once found the Hallal products in most stores provocative or requiring violence.
    Come on Sainsbury show courage and at least be an equal handed company.

  21. I lived in a predominantly Muslim area (feels odd even saying that) and never once found the Hallal products in most stores provocative or requiring violence.
    Come on Sainsbury show courage and at least be an equal handed company.

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