Pork, horsemeat found in Bahrain food items
Health ministry pulls out 22 products for breaking rules
This is because the local authorities blindly trust the western multi national companies, who dont care if it is Halal or Haram. They need us just money and business.
Raj, Chennai, India
It is better to avoid processed food and in particular processed meat as you will get nightmares if you have a look at what exactly takes place at the factories. I am very apprehensive the so called halal certifications for those processed meat packs as the factory churns out millions of kilograms of meat everyday and it is practically not possible for them to be in cut in a halal manner.
Faiza, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
The above mentioned meat are fine for human consumption as long as they are clinically proven fresh. What you eat or not deems to affect the sentiments of the people who trust the products. But then the type of meat in a packet should be clearly labelled so that you do not betray the emotions of the people.
Lijo, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Personally, as long as the meat is fit for consumption, I don't really care as long as it tastes OK. Nothing wrong with horsemeat.
Arthur, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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