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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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User Name: Noman
Full Name: Noman Zafar
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At least 17 Denmark news papers have insulted prophet again Gulf new paper dated 14th Feb. 08. Can we use our freedom of expression to announce to at least 10 persons that we love prophet (PBUH) more than our lives? Are we going to die if we do not use products' benefiting such people? Emkay Group, which manages lulu chain of super markets, Carrefour and Dubai co operative Society already discussed to remove the products from it shelves. Can we pass this to 10 other people?
 
 
Any barcode starting with below image is from denmark
 









 Reply:   I got very good tip for identi
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (27/Mar/2008)

Assalam O Alaikum:

You all heard what that magazine in Denmark has published. It's making fun of our beloved PROPHET MUHAMMAD (P.B.U.H) by drawing pictures of him and describing him as a terrorist.

Moreover they refused to apologize because they considered it a practice of freedom and democracy. I ask you all to put your hands
with other MUSLIMS and boycott the Denmark's products. 1.6 billion Muslim could really slap the economy in Denmark.

I got very good tip for identifying the products to boycott. Every bar Coded product in the market contains its country code included in barcode digits. Please check the barcode of any product before you buy.

Check the first 3 digits from the LEFT.

Example, an Israeli product will have barcode like: 729 3453459070

The following list is given according the priority as the worst at top and then second worst is next.

729 Israel
570 - 579 Denmark (i.e. 570, 571... 579)
870 - 879 Netherlands (i.e. 870,871... 879)
300 - 379 France
700 - 709 Norway
400 - 440 German

Please copy this text and forward this text to as many Muslims as possible Via Email via SMS Via Scrap.....I ask all of u, Muslims...Cant u spare one minute in order to spread this message among Muslims ...ASAP?

REMEMBER THE PROPHET (P.B.U.H) MIGHT ASK YOU ONE DAY WHAT DID YOU DO WHEN THEY MADE FUN OF ME? HOW DID YOU DEFEND ME?????
It is time to decide not to think.
 
 Reply:   In Sharjah, Dutch products are
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (16/Mar/2008)
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In above news it is said that carrefour are thinking to remove items from shelf is total lie.
Today i visited carrefour sharjah, shelves were packed with dutch products because may be customers are not buying them, but instead of removing them, Carrefour introduced promotions on them, saying GREAT VALUE.
We Muslims deserve to be treated the way west is treating us.
and regarding bar code, i found few items don't have the same bar code patterns as well.
So, if you are really interested in not buying dutch products, then look for made in.

 
 Reply:   Even Sudan why not We?script
Replied by(Wajeeh) Replied on (12/Mar/2008)

Sudan bans imports of Danish products

The Sudanese Trade Ministry has announced a national boycott of Danish products for reprinting the cartoons that depict Prophet Muhammad. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir ordered the boycott on Monday, which became effective immediately. Sudan's State Minister for Foreign Trade, al-Samih Siddik, said customs authorities have ordered importers not to purchase any Danish products.
According to the AP, local media reports said the action would affect about 60 Danish imported items available in Sudan, largely dairy products. Various Sudanese groups and organizations have called for a massive demonstration in Khartoum on Wednesday.
Denmark's Jyllands-Posten newspaper, which published the cartoons, issued an apology late on Monday in a statement to Arab countries sent to the Jordanian news agency, Petra.

 
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