Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Jenama Kurma Yang Tak Patut Dibeli Oleh Umat Islam





Info ini diperoleh dari blog gilerkentang.com, menggesa orang ramai agar jangan membeli kurma jenama Jordan River yang boleh didapati dengan mudah di pasaran negara ini.


Kurma jenama ini dipercayai berasal dari Israel. Dibawa masuk ke beberapa buah negara seperti Afrika Selatan dan Singapura sebelum dibungkus semula dan dibawa masuk ke beberapa negara Islam seperti Malaysia.


Berbuka dengan kurma jenama Jordan River ini ibarat anda berbuka puasa dengan darah dan air mata anak-anak saudara kita di Palestin. Mohon disebarkan kepada rakan-rakan, saudara-mara, adik beradik dan sahabat anda. 


Selain itu, setelah men 'google' lagi dengan lebih lanjut, Encik Billy turut menjumpai beberapa jenama kurma lain yang berasal dari Israel, antaranya seperti di bawah:  
 

Sedikit Info:
  • Growing dates is one of the major agricultural activities carried out by nearly half of the Israeli settlements located in the Jordan Valley, it’s their most profitable crop, contributing significantly to their economic viability. 
  • Most of the Israeli date crop - up to 80%, is exported, mainly to europe where it has around 10% market share. In 2005, dates were Israels leading fruit export.

  • The two major israeli companies involved are Agrexco and Hadiklaim. Israeli state owned Agrexco handles 60-70% of all goods produced in the illegal settlements
  • Its dates have brand names Carmel, Jordan Plains and Jordan Valley. Hadiklaim is the Israeli Date Growers Cooperative, made up of among others illegal settler plantations in the Jordan Valley. Hadiklaim sells 65 percent of the all dates produced in Israel and the settlements. Its dates have brand names King Solomon (medjools) and Jordan River (deglet-noors).

Following the successful 'Boycott Israeli Dates Campaign' last Ramadan, which featured in its video Sainsburys organic Medjool dates grown on the illegal settlement of Netiv Hagdud, Sainsburys have since chosen to hide the names of the settlements where their dates are grown. As the photo below shows, clearly the removal of such vital details is not due to shortage of space on the label. We can only assume that the purpose of removing the name of the settlement where the dates are grown is to further confuse the customer in to thinking "Grown in West Bank" might refer to Palestinian produce which clearly is not the case.


 sumber: http://www.inminds.com/shopping-can-kill.php, http://www.gilerkentang.com

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