SiaranUncategorized 349) BERITA : majlis Fatwa minta ‘beer’ ditukar dengan nama lain by administrator 27/07/2011 written by administrator 27/07/2011 Sumber Berita : Utusan Malaysia, Rabu, 27/07/2011 M/s : 24 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Related BERITABIR HALAL 3 comments FacebookTwitterWhatsappEmail administrator previous post 348) BERITA : Hanya Jakim, MAIN keluar sijil Halal next post 350) BERITA : Walau Sakit, Saya & Adik Tidak Pernah Ke Klinik ANDA JUGA MUNGKIN SUKA KRISIS AIR: PPIM DESAK TUBUH JAWATANKUASA KHAS BEBAS... 20/10/2020 CERITA SEBALIK BERITA: PENGGUNA, PENIAGA KESAL TIADA PENYELESAIAN... 20/10/2020 AKTIVITI | SESI TEMUBUAL KETUA AKTIVIS PPIM BERSAMA... 20/10/2020 AKTIVITI | LAWATAN OLEH PENGERUSI LEMBAGA PEMEGANG AMANAH... 20/10/2020 PPIM SELAR TINDAKAN KERAJAAN SELANGOR DALAM MENGURUSKAN SUMBER... 20/10/2020 ‘CARI PENYELESAIAN TUNTAS ISU BEKALAN AIR’ – BERITA... 20/10/2020 RAMAI MATI SEBAB RASUAH – TV.PPIM – 19/10/2020 20/10/2020 AKTIVITI | SESI RAKAMAN KETUA AKTIVIS PPIM BAGI... 19/10/2020 ANDA ADALAH MANGSA SCAM SEKIRANYA… – TV.PPIM –... 19/10/2020 MALAYSIA PETANG INI: MACAU SCAM & JUDI ONLINE... 17/10/2020 3 comments Zairul Salleh 27/07/2011 - 8:48 AM Salam, Kalau root beer mcm mana pula? Reply nor 27/07/2011 - 8:43 PM Halal beer protects us from Hamas’By Ben Lynfield, October 17, 2008The hundreds who flocked to the fourth annual Oktoberfest in Taybeh, near Ramallah, had a choice: the eponymous golden draught beer readily available at discount prices, or a non-alcoholic alternative. This alcohol-free beverage was "halal" beer, according to the appropriately green (the colour of Islam) label on the bottle. But it was the booze that was most popular at this event, aimed as much at boosting the spirits of the dwindling local Christian community as at promoting the Taybeh Brewing Company, its sponsor. Pressed between Israeli occupation, the growing power of Hamas and economic downturn, Taybeh, with only 1,200 residents, is losing scores of its young people to emigration each year, mostly to the United States. "This is the only purely Christian village in Palestine, people here do not sell their property to people of other religions or even rent," boasts Mary Michael, a teacher. "This festival lets the world know the village of Taybeh is on the map and all these visitors give us the feeling we are not so isolated." The brewery launched in 1995 when owner Nadim Khoury, influenced by microbreweries in Boston, where he attended university, decided to put Palestine on the international beverage map for patriotism and profit. The company sells 30 per cent of its beer to Israel, including to pubs in Tel Aviv. The main foreign markets are Germany and Japan. But the malty non-alcoholic brew is for domestic consumption. It marks the company's adaptation to the reality of the growing power of Hamas, according to Maria Khoury, Nadim's sister and the organiser of the Oktoberfest. "We want to protect ourselves and stay here in case there are any harsh rules ruling alcohol out," she says. Ms Michael said that some residents are worried they could feel the pinch if Hamas gains control in the West Bank as it did in Gaza in June 2007. "People are saying that they would force us to wear scarves and that maybe we won't be able to ring the church bells. But maybe they will do nothing." At the festival, a Bavarian music group dressed in traditional shorts and hats alternated with young Palestinians performing folk dances. Many in the crowd were clerics from other parts of the Holy Land. Father Jones Iragesen, a German Benedictine monk from Dormition Abbey in Jerusalem was accompanied by four other monks. "This is my first and last beer because I am the driver," he said. http://www.thejc.com/node/7075 Reply tkampung 28/07/2011 - 7:53 AM macamlah tak ada air lain nak minum bodoh org melayu nie tak sedar diri……………..sampaikan nama pun nak ala2 haram, esok bubuh pulak babi halal Reply Leave a Reply to Zairul Salleh Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.