Malaysian Muslims declare Jihad on Cadbury over Pork-laced Chocolate Enraged Muslims in Malaysia have called for a holy war or Jihad to be waged on Cadbury after traces of pig DNA were picked up in their chocolates. As a result of the complaint, the company has pulled two of its products from Malaysian shop shelves. A group of more than 20 Muslim organizations have condemned UK confectionary company Cadbury, saying â€œit has crossed the line.â€ â€œThey have betrayed us Muslims by putting â€˜haramâ€™ elements through the foods we consume in our body, to weaken us Muslims,â€ said Abu Bakar Yahya, chief of Muslim group, Perkasa Selangor, to press at a conference on Tuesday in Kuala Lumpur quoted by Malaymailonline. Some of the Muslim organizations even called for a Jihad to be declared against Cadbury for its â€œbetrayal.â€ The Malaysian Health Ministry confirmed on Tuesday that traces of porcine DNA had been picked up in a routine check for non-halal substances in Cadbury products. According to Islamic law, Muslims cannot consume pork or any products derived from it. Cadburyâ€™s Malaysia, which is part of the British multinational (owned by MondelÄ“z International), said that it was pulling two chocolate bars from the shelves in line with the discovery â€“ Cadbury Dairy Milk hazelnut and Cadbury Dairy Milk roast almond. "Ensuring that all our products made here in Malaysia are halal is something we take very seriously," it said in a Facebook posting. Malaysian Health Minister Subramaniam Sathasivam told press that Cadbury was now cooperating with the Ministry and sharing samples to ascertain where the porcine DNA came from. â€œWe want to know how the product became contaminated with pig DNA. The health ministry will also do additional tests,â€ said Subramaniam.