Allah Ta’ala says in the Qur’aan Shareef:
“O People! Eat from the earth that which is halaal and tayyib, and do not follow in the
footsteps of shaitaan. Verily, he is your open enemy. Verily, he instructs you with only evil
and immorality, and that you fabricate on Allah what you know not.”
Everything haraam is satanic and injurious to Insaan. Whatever Allah Ta’ala has made haraam, is harmful to us both physically and spiritually. The ordinance of Haraam is
not related to only the moral and spiritual spheres of life. It has a direct impact on even our physical bodies and life. Disease is the physical consequence of consuming haraam
substances. The ingredient Shellac is in this category of injurious substances. Shellac is the excreta of the female lac bug. Islam has made haraam the consumption of insects. By what stretch of wild imagination did ‘muftis’ find a loophole for declaring bug exreta to be halaal boggles the mind. The excreta of this female bug, namely Shellac, is
extremely powerful in its effects. Besides its usage in foodstuff, its other uses are as wood
finish, and a ‘tough all-natural primer. It is a sanding sealant, tannin-blocker, odour blocker, stain, and high-gloss varnish. It seals out moisture, hence is used in electrical applications. Gramophone records were also made from shellac. In the western world “shellac was the dominant wood finish until it was replaced by nitrocellulose lacquer’.
These insects suck the sap of trees and constantly excrete ‘stick-lac’. Delicious excreta
for SANHA. Their continuous excreting is remarkable. While excreta is naturally attracted by kufr, it is most surprising and lamentable to observe Muslims consuming with pleasure ‘foodstuff’ containing the SANHA-halaalized excreta. “Shellac is a natural polymer and is chemically similar to synthetic polymers, and thus can be considered a natural form of plastic. It can be turned into a moulding compound when mixed with wood flour and moulded under heat and pressure methods, so it can be classified as thermoplastic. …..Shellac yields a coating of superior durability and hardness. It was used as a oneproduct finish (combination stain and varnish-like topcoat) on decorative wood panelling used on walls and ceilings in homes.” What corruption does it do in your stomach? Other uses of shellac is for knotty pine panelling, on kitchen cupboards and hardwood floors. It is also used as polish for violins and guitars, toilet articles, picture frames, boxes, inkwells, dentures, as protective and decorative coating for cycle handlebars, as a harddrying adhesive for cycle tyres, particularly for track-racing,
binder in ink, protective coating on paintings, primer coat on wood. Shellac is an effective sealer and barrier against water vapour penetration. Most certainly it will drastically affect the bodily fluids and adversely tamper with the functioning of the internal organs. It has a variety of other uses as well. This is the substance that is
ingested by human beings. What harmful and injurious effects it exercises on the human body and its delicate internal organs can be imagined. Its E number is E904. It contains
crushed insects. So beware of this haraam, poisonous excreta of the female lac bug.
Despite the smallness of their size, the urine and excreta of insects can be dangerous.
The waste matter of insects has powerful effects. The following report appearing in The
Herald, 14 April 2011, is an eye-opener as to the power of the haraam excreta-poison
which SANHA has halaalized.
Worm wee gives chillis more heat
AN Australian farmer claims worm urine is helping him grow a chilli so hot it makes a jalapeno taste as mild as a strawberry.
The Trinidad Scorpion Butch T is so fiery that cooking with it requires protective clothing, including a face mask, Marcel de Wit said. He has had his harvest tested
and said it scores 1 463 700 Scoville heat units. Jalapenos rate just 2 750 on that scale
and Tabasco sauce 30 000. De Wit has put in for a world record, hoping to dislodge the
Naga Viper, which is recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records as the hottest
chilli variety.- Sapa-DPA
The consumption of halaalized carrion chickens has obliterated the villainy and gravity of eating crushed insects and SANHA-halaalized bug excreta. So dead has become the
Imaan of SANHA, that is if they have any Imaan left, that SANHA has taken great pleasure to announce the halaalization of the bug excreta describing it to be wholesome and halaal. What else can to be expected from the experts in the art of halaalizing rotten, diseased, haraam carrion?




Q. On the question of Shellac, SANHA has changed its stance. From haraam
SANHA has made shellac now halaal. SANHA’s previous statement on Shellac
was: “Whilst Shellac is generally defined as a secretion of the lac insect, our investigations have revealed that Shellac does not only comprise of the secretion but also
insect residue which cannot be avoided and this forms part of the ingredient. SANHA has
researched, and consulted with various Muftis on the issue of Shellac for almost two years and exhausted every possible angle on this issue. The Muftis are unanimous that Shellac is not permitted for consumption.” SANHA has made a most surprising turn-about, and now its new statement reads:
“SANHA is pleased to announce that the Shellac ingredient used in confectionary, bakery, and pharmaceutical products amongst others, has been declared HALAAL. Muslim consumers may enjoy Halaal suitable products containing Shellac.” How did the haraam become halaal?
A. The HARAAM became ‘halaal’ by the usual carrion tricks and stunts of SANHA, the carrion halaalizer. These incorrigible carrion halaalizers have an inordinate appetite for haraam riba money which they acquire in their carrionhalaalizing shaitaani trade. Just imagine! ‘Two years exhaustive investigations and the unanimous fatwa of a panel of muftis’ declared this substance haraam. Now suddenly the haraam Shellac has become ‘halaal tayyib’ to be enjoyed. What has happened to the ‘two years of investigations’? On what did the muftis now base their ‘halaal’ fatwa? What constrained them to review all the facts of the two years of study? SANHA and the muftis owe to the Muslim community and to Allah Ta’ala the obligation of publishing all the arguments for the hurmat and the hillat of Shellac. Why conceal the arguments under the mountains of haraam, rotten, diseased, halaalized carrion chickens?
Let SANHA produce the detailed fatwas of the muftis for scrutiny. The issue of shellac is straight forward and simple. SANHA’s talk of having researched shellac for two years and that a whole panel of Muftis had to probe the issue as if it dealt with something extraordinary is plain skulduggery. The simple truth is that shellac is derived from insects. In fact it is the excreta of insects. Eating insects is Haraam. How can it then be halaal to consume the excreta of something which is haraam? SANHA should be asked to provide the arguments of the Muftis who had earlier ruled that shellac is haraam, as well as their latest arguments on which they base their fatwa of permissibility. After all, these arguments are not ‘military’ secrets. They must release their full fatwa. After two years of intense probing and studying they had issued the fatwa of haraam. Now they fabricate an opposite fatwa. It will be interesting to see what their new arguments are.
Shellac is haraam. All edible products containing this haraam substance are HARAAM. SANHA’s haraam fatwa is the effect of mercenary motives – to gain haraam revenue for further halaalizing a range of haraam products.