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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