Malaysian Muslims furious over halal logo on beer can

Malaysian Muslims furious over halal logo on beer can

In what could be the next reason for Muslims to riot, burn things down, and execute various kafirs on the spot, the image of a can of beer sporting the Islamic halal-approval symbol has the Malaysian government up in arms, as reported by the Malaysian news portal AstroAlawi.com on Jan. 10, 2014.

The Malaysia Islamic Development Department (JAKIM) is screaming mad over the picture of a certain Danish fermented adult beverage making the rounds on the internet that has the Mohammedism seal of approval right there for Allah and everyone to see.

Crack Open a Cold One…

That’s what caused officials in the Malaysian government to get their taqiyahs in a wad — unlike having sex with one’s dead wife deemed wholesome and appropriate, the consumption of beer is expressly forbidden in Islam.

To ironically add insult to injury, the banned brew just happens to be Danish. Denmark is still number 1 on Islam’s khara-list after a Danish newspaper in 2005 ran a series of editorial cartoons depicting the face of Muhammad.

Considered haram (forbidden), the images of the founder of Islam resulted in waves of massive riots that swept throughout the Muslim world. By the time the furor subsided, the body count exceeded 200. Property damages were also estimated well into the hundreds if not thousands of dollars.


T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He is the founder of the blog Unapologetically Rude and has written for Examiner and other blogs.

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