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Is it time to make all meat halal in school canteens Watch

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    This way we give muslim students a wider range of food to choose from making the school a more diverse inclusive environment for everyone. Additionally halal meat has been scientifically proven to be healthier for you than regular meat and improve your cognitive ability meaning it will improve exam results. Honestly the only reason I can think of non halal still being used in schools is islamophobia, trying to deliberately exclude muslim students. If you want non halal meat so desperately bring your own.
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    (Original post by intelligent con)
    This way we give muslim students a wider range of food to choose from making the school a more diverse inclusive environment for everyone. Additionally halal meat has been scientifically proven to be healthier for you than regular meat and improve your cognitive ability meaning it will improve exam results. Honestly the only reason I can think of non halal still being used in schools is islamophobia, trying to deliberately exclude muslim students. If you want non halal meat so desperately bring your own.
    Sure just go into a different country and force people to adjust to your culture. Halal is bleeding animals to death slowly while they're still alive.
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    No infact halal and kosher ought to be banned and muslims and jews should stfu and make do. We shouldn't have to finance religion/ religious practice just to eat.
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    (Original post by intelligent con)
    This way we give muslim students a wider range of food to choose from making the school a more diverse inclusive environment for everyone. Additionally halal meat has been scientifically proven to be healthier for you than regular meat and improve your cognitive ability meaning it will improve exam results. Honestly the only reason I can think of non halal still being used in schools is islamophobia, trying to deliberately exclude muslim students. If you want non halal meat so desperately bring your own.
    Excluding the fact the practise of zabihah is disgusting and widely frowned upon, you have to realise the hypocrisy in your idea to force this onto others.
    You say that we are deliberately excluding Muslim students however the alternative you suggested would exclude many others, such as Sikhs, who cannot eat halal meat.
    Also, I don't believe there are any studies to confirm the health benefits unless you can enlighten me.
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    Loving the trolling today, intelligent con.
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    (Original post by intelligent con)
    This way we give muslim students a wider range of food to choose from making the school a more diverse inclusive environment for everyone. Additionally halal meat has been scientifically proven to be healthier for you than regular meat and improve your cognitive ability meaning it will improve exam results. Honestly the only reason I can think of non halal still being used in schools is islamophobia, trying to deliberately exclude muslim students. If you want non halal meat so desperately bring your own.
    Surely, you could also tell this to Muslim children.
 
 
 
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