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Creeping Islam: Asda To Stock Halal Cosmetic Range In Stores

Asda aiding the islamic takeover of the uk

The islamization of the UK continues as major supermarket chain Asda begin stocking halal cosmetics in their stores. With superstores in every major town and city, islamists must be rubbing their hands with glee now Asda are boosting their stealth jihad cause.

Will Asda stock these in their own separate aisle clearly labelled for Muslims only??  Or will they be stocked alongside other beauty products.

If the latter then you cannot help but wonder how many unsuspecting non Muslim shoppers will accidentally put one of these in their basket without realising the impact of their actions. That these halal branded products will have been made by a Muslim only company, any animal by-products in them would have been sourced from animals that have been inhumanely slaughtered and sacrificed to a pagan moon god for which a fee will have been paid to a Muslim organisation and could possibly end up funding terrorism.

For years Muslims have been engaging in stealth jihad, attempting to bring Islam in via the back door. Now Asda are ultimately aiding islamization by opening the front door and welcoming in the creeping sharia cancer into our daily lives


Halal cosmetics created by businesswoman Salma Chaudhry will be stocked at Asda from May.

Asda will become the UK's first major retailer to launch halal cosmetics

The full range of skincare and cleansing products will be exclusive to Asda and will launch within 54 Asda stores.

They will also be available to purchase via the Asda online home shopping website.

A limited edition Eid Gift range, which includes cosmetics for both men and women, will launch in June which will be when Ramadan falls this year.

Details of store locations will be available on the company’s website Halalcosco.com.
Salma from Blackburn who was named Entrepreneur of the Year at the Fusion Awards in 2013 said, “Halal beauty is currently one of the fastest growing sectors within the beauty industry.

“This demand is driven by Muslim millennials who want a modern lifestyle without compromising their beliefs.

“Since our business launched in 2014, we have noticed an increased demand for halal cosmetics year on year as Muslims become increasingly aware of the distinct differences between halal cosmetics and other brands both in the UK and overseas.

“In fact, our company has been the opposite of the majority of start ups, due to a large proportion of our products up until now exported to the Middle East and also to South East Asia, as the rise of halal cosmetics continues to see significant growth in these regions.

“This was a great challenge for us as a new brand as exporting requires a great deal of knowledge and understanding about trading regulations of the country in which you wish to export.

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“This is unusual as most other companies focus on their home markets initially before expanding to commence exporting.

“I think there are several key factors why our products are popular in the Middle East ranging from offering that total peace of mind, because our products are certified halal, through to the fact that they are manufactured here in the UK and the “Made in Great Britain” tag is extremely desirable in places like the UAE, Saudi and Malaysia.

“In the UK, up until now we have been working with a handful of independent retailers.
“However, we constantly receive enquiries from across the UK, and it’s very disappointing for us when we are not always able to direct consumers to a local stockist.

“We are delighted that Asda will now be stocking our products across some of its stores as this will make halal cosmetics more easily accessible to an increased number of consumers, filling a huge gap within the beauty sector which has always been our main goal.

“It also shows that major UK retailers are recognising that the demand for products suitable for Muslim consumers goes beyond food and drink.

“It’s an exciting time for us as we plan to launch a full range of colour cosmetics later this year in addition to a men’s skincare range.”

Pervert Sahab Sepahpourfared avoids prison after filming up shoppers’ skirts in Asda

Ill bet it werent Muslims on his 100’s of videotapes either!

Pervert Sahab Sepahpourfared from Northenden avoids prison after filming up shoppers’ skirts in Asda

October 16, 2012

DISGUSTING BEHAVIOUR: Sahab Sepahpourfared was discovered taking pictures up the skirts of women in AsdaDISGUSTING BEHAVIOUR: Sahab Sepahpourfared was discovered taking pictures up the skirts of women in Asda
<respond_button adunit=”4″ buttontype=”2″ title=”news Pervert Sahab Sepahpourfared from Northenden avoids prison after filming up shoppers’ skirts in Asda” keyword=”Pervert Sahab Sepahpourfared from Northenden avoids prison after filming up shoppers’ skirts in Asda” category=”news” id=”1″>A supermarket pervert who hid a camera in a sock in his shopping basket to film up the skirt of women has avoided a jail sentence.

Sahab Sepahpourfared, 52, of Shawdene Road, Northenden, was spotted by security staff at Asda Wythenshawe strategically positioning his shopping basket near the feet of women.

He was found to have wrapped a digital camera inside a sock with a hole cut over the lens. Following his arrest, police found hundreds of similar videos on his home computer filmed over a five-year period.

Sepahpourfared was given a three-year community order after pleading guilty to 17 counts of outraging public decency.

Judge Peter Lakin told Minshull Street Crown Court he had not jailed the takeaway owner as he wanted to minimise his risk of re-offending.

He said: “Offences of this type have to be taken seriously because they have the potential to cause significant alarm and distress to those involved.

“Fortunately in this case, none of the ladies was aware of what you were doing.

“The court has to make clear that disgusting behaviour of this type cannot and will not be tolerated.”

After he was arrested at the supermarket in May, police found 873 video files on Sepahpourfared’s computer of footage showing him attempting to film up women’s dresses.

He told police he had gone to the supermarket that day as ‘the sun was out and there would be women there in short skirts’.

The court heard he had gone on filming sprees on around 30 occasions since 2007, filming dozens of women each time.

Defending, Peter Warne said Sepahpourfared had never distributed the films and was ‘thoroughly ashamed’ of his actions.

Under the terms of the community order he will undergo three years of supervision from the probation service and a sexual offenders treatment programme. He was also ordered to pay £350 costs