ADELAIDE IMAM TAWHIDI EATS CHOCOLATES HALAL CERTIFICATION

Outspoken Imam Tawhidi has posted a video of himself eating non-halal certified chocolate bars on Tuesday, claiming the halal certification was 'nonsense' and should not be enforced.

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