Halal meat scandal: Malaysian authorities slammed for perceived inaction

Halal meat scandal: Malaysian authorities slammed for perceived inaction

The Straits Times - Asia·2021-01-02 15:03

KUALA LUMPUR - An Islamic agency responsible for halal certification has been at the receiving end of a public backlash over a scandal involving tainted halal meat and cakes sold in halal-certified shops.

Malaysians have decried the Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) for being more preoccupied with policing halal-certified shops than in reassuring the public after news reports emerged that a syndicate had for decades imported non-certified meat, including potentially diseased kangaroo and horse meat, to be sold as halal beef in the local market.

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Amrin Jofri 03/01/2021

correct, dont resolve the 40 years problem but distract with a cake and a truck with non compliance halal logo, but but what about the halal meat problem, has it been swipe under the rug....

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Watching U 02/01/2021

Hahaaaaa ! Very .... mindset

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