Campbell's Soup: Pandering to Muslim Terrorists?

New symbol showing dietary compliance irks some
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 12, 2010 11:13 AM CDT
Campbell's Soup: Pandering to Muslim Terrorists?
In this file photo taken Sept. 8, 2009, labels for Campbell Soup are seen on a shelf at a grocery store in Danvers, Mass.   (AP Photo/Lisa Poole, file)

Campbell’s Soup quietly put a Halal mark on cans of its soup that meet Islamic dietary requirements—and now there’s a Facebook group urging the world to boycott. The group, currently boasting 3,275 members, claims Campbell’s is using the mark “under the auspices of the Islamic Society of North America, a Wahhabi-funded racket that is said to have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.” (The Brotherhood, reports The Stir, is a terrorist group said to be even larger than al-Qaeda, while the Islamic Society of North America is simply a non-profit and non-political Islamic organization.) For more, click here.
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