A Brother writes:

After the recent SANHA ham flavoring saga some concerned brother raised some questions. I prompted the brothers to contact SANHA themselves for clarity on the question which infact is very interesting.

They wanted to know if SANHA approves a product do they only inspect the factory where the final product is made or do they also inspect the factories/ laboratories where other ingredients are manufactured. i.e other ingredients present in the final product

For example SANHA approves Lays chips. But lays do not manufacture every ingredient in the Lays chips themselves. Additives such as flavoring, colorants, MSG, etc are all sourced from suppliers. The question is, does SANHA know what is going on in the factories/Labs of the suppliers of each and every ingredient present in the Lays chips. Is there a chance of contamination, what else is being produced in these factories/Labs, what extraction methods are being used to manufacture these additives, is there ethanol present in the extraction process, etc etc. At times there are up to 20 different ingredients in a single packet of chips. Does SANHA visit the suppliers of all these ingredients.

The answer to all of this was honestly answered by SANHA themselves in one simple question

CALLER: ……. So if Lays source their colorants and flavorings from another factory do you guys go to that factory where they getting their ingredients for inspection aswell

ANSWER GIVEN: There is a check in but obviously it would not be at the same level because ummm, Im just giving you hypothetically, if Lays has a SANHA agreement with us then we would check their stuff but we wouldn’t now just say everyone… for example if the product is halaal certified we would not just be able to get into everyone’s factory unless they have an agreement with SANHA also. But the ingredients is checked properly

It is amazing to see that SANHA so confident to put their stamps on products that have ingredients that they themselves haven’t seen being manufactured, who knows what goes on in the hundred’s of suppliers factories and Labs. A simple internet search will prove that many food additives go through heavy chemical processes involving various types of alcohols and animal derivatives. And even if an ingredient is known not to have alcohol or animal derivatives who can guarantee no contamination in factories without physically visiting these factories.

Jazakallah for always standing up and warning us. Hadhrat has for years warned us about these type of issues but people find it very difficult to believe.

May Allah Ta’ala allow us to continue taking maximum benefit from Hadhrat

The brother who made the call wishes to remain anonymous

(End of letter)

Supervision by SANHA and all other shaitaani carrion halaalizers, is a massive lie, falsehood and hoax to deceive the stupid masses who have become addicted to devour carrion like vultures.

We have explained in several articles that it is humanly impossible to supervise the billions of kuffaar factories and other links in the chain of production. The innumerable ingredients are camouflaged with hieroglyphics, chemical names, many unpronounceable, and with deceptive e-numbers, many representing swine derivatives. All of this is acceptable to SANHA and the cartel of carrion halaalizers.

In the answer which the SANHA shaitaan gave to the Brother, is a clear admission of SANHA’s unawareness of the ingredients which it halaalizes. The whole filthy devilish mess centres around only haraam boodle. Boodle is the only objective for the shaitaani profession of halaalizing carrion.

17 Muharram 1441 – 17 September 2019

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