McDonald’s Has Had ENOUGH Muslims BS… They’re FIGHTING Back And I’M LOVING IT!!!

McDonald’s has joined hundreds of thousands of Americans who are sick and tired of all this political correctness with the Muslim community being shoved down our throat by progressive liberals. They have teamed up with another fast food chain, Pizza Hut and KFC. They have all decided to collectively stand up to Muslim bullies and cultural appropriaters.

The Political Insider reports that each of the restaurants has finally rejected the request of an Islamic Imam who asked that the establishments have Islam approved meat.

The Imam is Mufti Muhammad Arshad from Hong Kong. He reached out to the restaurants demanding they use specific Halal meats. He called it a shrewd business move.

He said

It’s disappointing that we could not convince the companies. It doesn’t have to be Hong Kong-wide. In the main areas, like Central, Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, the New Territories and at the airport, it would be a great service. The companies have to realize there is a need for this and that it is good business for them.”

Arshad confirmed he sent letters to all three food chains and that all three of them refused his suggestions. Halal means permissible in Arabic. How ironic, because none of his behavior is permissible. If you want to abide by Muslim rules then go live in a Muslim country.

One commenter hit the nail on the head when she said, “If you don’t like it, don’t eat there. simple solution. or better yet go back where you came from.”

In what world is this a shrewd business move? Hong Kong isn’t exactly known for their large Islamic population. Even in the United States the Muslim population isn’t a majority. Here’s a thought, if you want Muslim oriented food go to a country that practices Islam in the Middle East.

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