4 Responses to “Avella fights halal mart in Bellerose”

  1. bonbon 15 November 2011 at 4:01 pm #

    The owner knows how to manipulate the system? Or you, Avella, know? how to manipulate the people? You define evil in this world.

  2. bonbon 15 November 2011 at 3:57 pm #

    This is so wrong! Why can’t people see this is racism?. It’s a wonderful farmers market, and these protestors should be punished. This whole area is being discriminated against by white people. Do you know how many American grocery stores violate HAACP laws? (which this grocery store does not do, and going against HAACP is much more dangerous). I am so appalled that this is what we call the 21st century. Blasphemy. Just wow. I hope to god that Karma exists and these racists get what they deserve. They are savages, pulling guns on innocent cashiers because of their ignorance. I love this country & Americans. These are not Americans. These people are something indescribable.

  3. Lorraine Anzalone 13 October 2011 at 12:09 pm #

    This is not a racism problem. It is a problem of people or businesses that do not comply with the law. This market is interfering with our community’s quality of life. Parking is a problem, and sanitation is a major problem. How are they operating without a CO?

  4. John Patel 22 September 2011 at 10:33 am #

    I live on 253rd Street. Nobody is looking for this store to close. This is not anti Halal or any type of a discrimination issue. This is a quality of life problem that this store has created illegally and refuses to correct. The city has issued violations and walked away from the problem. If the store was operating legally I would understand. Mr. Kahn lies when he claims his employees are being harassed guess its harassment when you ask politely for the store to clean the garbage around the store or ask them not to park cars on the sidewalk or to clean up the rear yard that is disgusting and foul smelling. I guess we should just accept all these issues and stop harassing Mr. Khan and his employees. If New York City agencies involved would enforce the laws almost all the quality of life issues could be eliminated.
    Thank you Senator Avella for your support and I hope other elected officials will finally decide to do something about the problems this store HAS created.


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