There is a crisis on aisle 9. Can someone bring an ibex? Or a goat? But make sure that before it was slaughtered, the animal was prayed over and Allah was called out to while facing Mecca, and the act was carried out with a very sharp knife, quickly, so as to ensure a  near painless death (unlike the people tortured to death with dull knives and their heads slowly sawed off back in their home countries).

Hurry! Before it’s too late and people starve to death…in a grocery store…surrounded by hundreds of other food choices.

How can this happen, and why? Because, they are Muslim and demanding Halal appropriate selections whilst shopping with food stamps.

The Isuroon Project kicked off a “Rally Against Hunger” this past Monday in Hennepin County, Minnesota. Apparently, the Muslim women running that little dog-and-pony show say the situation is as desperate as that lampooned above.

Food stamps are supposed to be a form of temporary assistance to help one get back on their feet, financially. Food stamps are a means to provide necessary assistance for dietary subsistence. Food stamps are not meant to provide subsidized religious food to anyone.

In fact, one could argue that our founding documents, which say, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the exercise thereof…” (Establishment Clause, First Amendment, US Constitution), do not allow for such endorsement of the Islam faith-based meal kit, or any other religion for that matter.

County governments, such as Hennepin, Minnesota are within their right, and are appropriately representative of the tax payer, to not provide religiously “clean” food to anyone, no matter what their beliefs are.

Perhaps the Isuroon Project women should consider spending their time getting and working real jobs, where they can earn money to pay for their Halal foods. That burden is not the tax payer’s responsibility, period.

h/t: Political Insider



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