Boycott Denmark June 14, 2008Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
Tags: Boycott, Boycott Denmark, cartoon, Danish products, Denmark, faith, Holland, insult Islam, insult Prophet, Islam, Muslims, video
Arab Countries to use OIL as a tool in bringing Denmark into submission
Allah in the name of the most beneficent, the most merciful.
Dear Brothers & Sisters (and readers)..
The Prophet (peace be upon Him) said:
“If one of you sees something evil he should change it with his hand. If he cannot, he should speak out against it, and if he cannot do even that he should at least detest it in his heart, this being the weakest form of faith” [Muslim]
Many of you are aware, that Denmark (and its faithless people) are continuously and intentionally insulting Islam and our beloved Prophet (pbum) in many ways including cartoons and now videos. The reality is that these people are not just insulting Islam or the Prophet (pbum) but are calling for and inviting the wrath of the Muslims from around the world.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Taking into consideration what the Prophet (pbum) said (mentioned above), the very minimum you can do is to boycott all known products made in Denmark. There are reports available that due to the boycott of products from Denmark around the world by Muslims, some Denmark companies are loosing more than 1 million pounds of business per day. (Please check regular updates at the bottom of the this post, as more information is available it will be updated towards the end of this post)
Danish-Swedish dairy giant Arla Foods says the ongoing boycott of Danish products in the Middle East had so far cost it between £40m and £50m. As the Muslim world refuses to buy Danish goods in protest over cartoons published in a Danish newspaper, Arla is losing £1m a day. [BBC]
So for those who are sceptical in taking part in boycotting Denmark products, the news above should assure them that if all Muslims individually take part and do their little bit, then no doubt Denmark will be on their knees asking Allah (swt) for forgiveness inshAllah.
Below is a list of products that are made in Denmark, the information was taken from a website www.boycott-denmark.com I will try keeping this list updated as I continue finding products made in Denmark. If anyone as more information then please comment with reference and I will update this post as soon as.
For Muslims information:
There is a list of Danish companies down here please print this list or read once and check which product you are using made by them.
Arla Foods is Europe’s second-largest dairy company and the leading Danish exporter to Saudi Arabia, where it sells an estimated 328 million dollars worth of products every year
Danish Crown (meat)
Beautiful Denmark (Butter Cookies)
Famous Dane (Butter Cookies)
Galle & Jessen
Aalborg Aquavit (snaps)
Danish Distillers (Swedish Company some products produced in Denmark)
|Audio Equipment/Home Theater
(Theatre for those across the Pond):
B&O (Bang & Olufsen)
Prince (Do not start smoking because of this fire!)
Munthe plus Simonsen
Ecco (USA Site)
EarMaster (for musicians)
http://www.one.com (hosting and domain registration)Toys:
Brio (oops Swedish will remove this weekend)
Nilfisk Vacuum Cleaners (USA site since I do not speak Danish)
Watco Danish Furniture Oil
Leitech (USA Site)
Leitech (Danish Site)
Grund Foss ( Pump solution maker)
Dan Foss ( Valve manufacture )
GN ( Hearing aid, headsets and mobil headsets )
X-Yachts Special “thread gage” used in quality control in the following areas of manufacturing; automotive, aerospace, medical, hydraulics, small and large engine manufacture.
B & G Porcelain
Raadvad (knives etc.)
Royal Danish Porcelain
Vesta (Windmills) (Watches)
A good tip for identifying the products to boycott from Denmark, Israel, Netherlands, France, Norwary and German. 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:
The following list is given according the priority as the worst at top and then second worst is next.
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