Pailine Hanson seen here at her former fish and chip shop. Hanson owned and operated the store for 10 years before entering politics.
Pailine Hanson seen here at her former fish and chip shop. Hanson owned and operated the store for 10 years before entering politics. Rob Williams

Petition wants Pauline to share Halal snack with Sam

AN online petition is calling on One Nation leader Pauline Hanson to share a Halal snack pack with Sam Dastyari.

The campaign was launched on change.org after Hanson refused an offer from the Labor Senator to meet in Sydney and enjoy a meal together.

The petition already has more than 2000 supporters, adding: "As Pauline has been elected to parliament, we would like her to come to Sydney and share a Halal snack pack with Sam Dastyari."

Responding to Dastyari's offer Hanson said: ""It's not happening, not interested in halal, thank you".

Her One Nation party has been campaigning against halal certification claiming that it is a "money making racket" funding terrorism.

Her remarks have also inspired a GoFundMe campaign to take over her old fish and chip shop in Ipswich and turn it into a kebab or halal store.

A post on the account, which has more than 2000 shares, reads: "To make a point to the new senator elect from Queensland, Pauline Hanson, the purpose of this GoFundMe is to purchase Pauline Hansons's old Fish and Chip shop and turn it into either a Kebab Shop or a Pop-Up Halal Snack-Pack store."

Halal snack pack

A halal snack pack, or HSP, is a dish consisting of halal-certified doner kebab meat, chips, and one or more sauces, especially chilli, garlic and barbecue. Yoghurt, cheese, jalapeño peppers, and hummus are common additions. - Wikipedia

 



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