List of Local Restaurants That Contribute Taxes
for Islamic Terrorism

Islamic law requires a 2.5% tax called zakat, which is imposed on income and accumulated wealth of all devout Muslims. Halal certification is a service provided by Islamic organizations, the fee for which goes to zakat charities. What you may not know is that there are eight classes of zakat recipients, each of which gets a 1/8 share of the gross. One of those classifications is "fighters in Allah's cause," also known as Mujahideen - in other words, terrorists.
Reliance of the Traveler, the Shari'ah Handbook

So when you purchase a product that is certified Halal, or eat at a restaurant that serves Halal food, you are indirectly contributing to terrorism against our country and against any non-muslim countries that are experiencing terrorism. You are also indirectly contributing to the cruel and inhumane slaughter practices of those animals who give up their meat.

Here in East Orange we saw the recent opening of a new restaurant that offers certified Halal food to the general public:

On April 1st, 2016, the mayor of East Orange cut the ribbon to open Coney Island II on Main Street
which "specializes in Halal Breakfast meats."

But there are also other local restaurants that serve Halal meats. If you are not in favor of contributing money to Islamic terrorists or encouraging the cruel slaughter of animals, you ought to know these places to avoid:

Abraheem's Cuisine
64C 4th Avenue, East Orange, NJ

64A 4th Avenue, East Orange, NJ

China Pagoda
376 Main Street, East Orange, NJ

Doddtown Fish & Chix
405 Dodd Street, East Orange, NJ


Pizza Crib
169 Main Street, Orange, NJ

Leela's Trinidad Cuisine
14 Main Street, West Orange, NJ


A more complete list that includes other nearby Halal restaurants in Northern New Jersey is provided by www.zabihah.com

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