Malaysian Muslims declare jihad on Cadbury over pig DNA-tainted chocolate

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KUALA LAMPUR, MALAYSIA – It’s one thing to pig out on chocolate, or to even cover your pig with chocolate, but if you’re the big chocolate maker Cadbury, and you put pig in your chocolate, well, that’s gonna start a holy war.

More than 20 Mulsim groups in Malaysia have called for a holy war, a jihad, against Cadbury after pig DNA turned up during routine government testing of batches of Cadbury Dairy Milk Hazelnut and Cadbury Dairy Milk Roast Almond.

The Muslim groups say Cadbury is trying to weaken the Islamic faith by porking their food with pig.

Muslims have strict dietary rules that forbid them from eating anything with pork in it or on it.

Even an itsy-bitsy microscopic-sized amount of pig is right out.

So you can just forget about that Chocolate Easter Bunny Bar-B-Que Pork Roast for your next Malaysian picnic.

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