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Unilever owned Ben & Jerry’s sponsors ‘Visit My Mosque Day’ promotes Islamic propaganda.

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Benjerry.co.uk posted an article titled “Visit My Mosque Day: Why We Should All Try a Different Flavour” that encouraged people to visit a mosque on February 18, 2018.  The article states in part: 

Here at Ben & Jerry's we love nothing more than trying new flavours, swapping scoops and experiencing life on the other side of the cone. After all, we don't live in a one flavour world, and we think that new experiences brings us closer together, no matter what your religion or race!

Our friends at the Muslim Council of Britain have come up with an ingenious idea to build bridges between communities. On 18th February, mosques across the country will open their doors to their neighbours for Visit My Mosque day. Everyone's welcome to come in and learn more about Islam and mosques in the UK.

The founder of the Muslim Council of Britain (Ben & Jerry’s “friends”) was sentenced to death for war crimes in Bangladesh but Great Britain refused to extradite him.

The Daily Mail published an article titled: "Muslim leader living in Britain sentenced to death by hanging for war crimes in Bangladesh." The article reports in part: 

A prominent Muslim leader living in Britain was today sentenced to death by hanging by a Bangladesh war crimes tribunal.

Britain refused to extradite Chowdury Mueen-Uddin, a founder of the Muslim Council of Britain, if he were to face the death penalty when an arrest warrant was issued earlier this year.

Chowdury Mueen-Uddin, 63, was found guilty of murdering 18 people including nine university professors, six journalists and three physicians in December 1971 with an accomplice, now living in New York.

The atrocities took place during Bangladesh's war for independence from Pakistan when an estimated 3million people were killed and 200,000 women were raped.

Mr Uddin, former director of Muslim Spiritual Care in the NHS, and co-convicted Ashrafuzzaman Khan were tried in absentia after they refused to return to Bangladesh to face the trial.

There is now a warrant for their capture.

Senior judge Obaidul Hassan told a crowded court in Dhaka: ‘Justice will not be done if they are not awarded capital punishment.’

Among the activities he has been involved in since arriving in Britain was joining the protests against Salman Rushdie’s controversial book, The Satanic Verses, and he entertained Prince Charles when the heir visited an Islamic centre in Leicester in 2003.

Mr. Uddin is accused of working with an Islamic militia called Al-Badr to violently sabotage the nation's attempts to win independence.

Ben and Jerry’s CEO publicly opposed President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven countries.

In light of the Trump administration’s second crack at an executive order limiting immigrants and refugees from predominantly Muslim countries, we wanted to reiterate Ben & Jerry’s strong opposition to this assault on America’s commitment to fairness, the rule of law, and religious liberty.

At Ben & Jerry’s we understand this policy is not only bad for our nation, it’s bad for business. That’s why following the first executive order banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries was signed on January 27th, our CEO penned the op-ed below.  Click here to read the CEO’s op-ed.  

Ben & Jerry’s faced calls for a boycott after the company announced its support for the Black Lives Matter protest movement in 2016.  Breitbart reports in part

“Systemic and institutionalized racism are the defining civil rights and social justice issues of our time,” the Vermont-based company said in a statement posted on benjerry.com. “We’ve come to understand that to be silent about the violence and threats to the lives and well-being of black people is to be complicit in that violence and those threats.”

Sending a pointed message to its detractors, Ben and Jerry’s said: “All lives do matter. But all lives will not matter until black lives matter.”  The company posted its support for Black Lives Matter on Facebook and Twitter.

Ben and Jerry’s has the right to express whatever public policy positions it so desires.  You have the same right to express your disappointment and choose to patronize companies that do not promote Islamist propaganda.

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Unilever Products and Brands


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Food and beverages

  • Alsa – desserts and syrups
  • Amino – dehydrated soup (Poland)
  • Amora – French mayonnaise and dressings
  • Annapurna – salt and wheat flour (India)
  • Aromat – seasoning (South Africa)
  • Becel – also known as Flora/Promise; health-aware: margarine, spreads, cooking oil, milk, fermented milk
  • Ben & Jerry's – ice cream
  • Best Foods – mayonnaise, sandwich spreads, peanut butter and salad dressings
  • Blue Band – family-aware: margarine, bread, cream alternatives
  • Bovril – beef extract
  • Breyers – ice cream
  • Brooke Bond – tea
  • Bru – instant coffee (India)
  • Brummel & Brown – margarine
  • Buavita – fruit juice, ice cream (Indonesia, acquired from Ultrajaya)
  • Bushell's – tea (Australia, New Zealand)
  • Calvé – sauces, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, peanut butter
  • Chicken Tonight – wet sauces range (excluding the United Kingdom and Ireland)
  • Choysa – tea, marketed mainly in Australia and New Zealand
  • Colman's – mustard, condiments, packet sauces, OK Fruity Sauce
  • ConimexAsian spices (Netherlands)
  • Continental – side dishes
  • Country Crock – margarine
  • Darko (Дарко) – ice cream (Bulgaria)
  • Delma – margarine (Poland)
  • Du Darfst – (Germany)
  • Elmlea – pourable artificial cream available in different varieties (UK)
  • Fanacoa – mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup (Argentina and for export to Latin America)
  • Flora – margarine, light butter, jams
  • Fruco – ketchup, mayonnaise and condiments
  • Fudgsicle
  • Good Luck – margarine
  • Grom – gelato (Italy)
  • Heartbrand – ice cream (umbrella logo)
  • Hellmann'smayonnaise
  • I Can't Believe It's Not Butter – margarine spread
  • Imperial Margarine – margarine
  • Jif – lemon and lime juice
  • Joko – tea (South Africa)
  • Kasia – margarine (Poland)
  • Kecap Bango – soya sauce in Indonesia
  • Kissan – ketchups, squashes and jams (India and Pakistan)
  • Klondike – ice cream sandwiches
  • Knorr (Knorr-Suiza in Argentina, Royco in Indonesia, Continental in Australia) – sauces, stock cubes, ready-meals, meal kits, ready-soups, frozen food range
  • Lady's Choice – mayonnaise, peanut butter and sandwich spreads (Philippines, Malaysia)
  • Lan-Choo – tea (Australia/New Zealand)
  • Lao Cai – seasoning
  • Lipton – tea
  • Lipton Ice Tea – ready-to-drink tea (partnership with PepsiCo)
  • Lizano Sauce (Salsa Lizano) – Costa Rican condiment
  • Lyons – tea (Ireland)
  • Maille – French mustard
  • Maizena – cornstarch
  • Marmite – yeast extract spread (except in Australia and New Zealand, called Our Mate)
  • Mãe Terra – Brazilian natural and organic food business
  • McCollins – tea (Peru)
  • Mrs. Filbert's – margarine (United States)
  • Paddle pop – ice cream (Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia [incorporated with Wall's], discontinued in the Philippines)
  • Pfanni – Bavarian potato mixes
  • PG Tips – tea (UK / USA / Canada)
  • Phase – cooking oil
  • Planta – margarine
  • Popsicle – frozen treats
  • Pot Noodle – cup noodle
  • Pukka – herbal tea
  • Promise – Becel/Flora
  • Rama – margarine
  • Rani – fruit juice (Middle East, acquired from Aujan Industries)
  • Red Rose Tea – tea (Canada)
  • Robertsons – spices/seasoning (South Africa)
  • Royco – stock cubes, non-MSG stock (only in Indonesia)
  • Saga – tea (Poland)
  • Sana – margarine (Turkey)
  • Sariwangi – tea (Indonesia)
  • Scottish Blend – tea
  • Sealtest – milk products
  • Slotts – mustard (Sweden)
  • Stork margarine
  • Streets – ice cream (Australia/New Zealand)
  • Sunce (Sun) – mayonnaise (Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro), brand now discontinued, Sunce factory now produces Unilever brand Knor mayonnaise
  • T2 – premium Australian tea
  • Talenti – gelato
  • Telma – breakfast cereal (Israel)
  • Tortex – ketchup (Poland)
  • Tulipan – margarine (Spain)
  • Turun sinappi – mustard (Finland/Sweden)
  • Unilever Food Solutions – professional markets (food service)
  • Unox – soups, smoked sausages
  • Vaqueiro – cooking margarine, cooking oil
  • Weis – frozen fruit desserts, ice cream

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