Christian group wants Halaal and Kosher food labels banned

This is easily one of the craziest complaints I’ve seen from a religious group since the Halaal hot cross bun controversy (they tasted pretty good!):

The National Association and Coalition of Christian Groups and Individuals for Practical Equality and Protection of Constitutional Rights (NACCGI) filed a motion of intent with the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. The complainants plan to petition the court declare that the religious certification of food, which excluded the Christian faith, is unconstitutional.

An organisation representing members of the Muslim community in SA will oppose an application by a Christian group in which it is challenging the government’s regulations allowing a wide range of food packaging to be religiously certified and to carry religious labels.

Where do these people come from? Good grief!

Paul

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