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Australia's One Nation party leader Senator Pauline Hanson makes her maiden speech in the Senate at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, September 14, 2016. AAP/Mick Tsikas/via Reuters

Anti-halal campaigner Pauline Hanson received a jar of halal Vegemite with a label halaal (sic) from a Queensland resident on Thursday. As the leader of One Nation, Hanson is devoted in opposing the certification of halal.

On One Nation's website, it called halal as a tax/surcharge funding Islamic schools and mosques. It also indicated that it funds terrorism. However, there was no evidence provided on website proving the claim.

Hanson said that she would push the banning of the Muslim immigration and the burqa.

Vegemite is halal certified but it does not allow people to personalise it using the right spelling. It was the reason why an additional letter A was added to the word.

Labor senator Sam Dastyari receive a similar jar of Australia's popular spread. It has a note confirming that there was one sender for the two receivers.

Vegemite with "Halaal" label sent to Sam Dastyari
Vegemite with "Halaal" label sent to Sam Dastyari Facebook/senator.sam.dastyari

“Hey Dasto, just to show I’m non-partisan, got you & Pauline the same gift. Had to use alternative spelling. Merry Christmas. Don’t forget pecuniary interests LOL," the note reads.

Dastayri posted on his Facebook account that he wanted to track down the person who sent the jars. He said that he would like to invite the sender and Hanson for a toast.

Dastayri expressed multiple times his love for halal snack packs.

In an update on, it posted that the Vegemite sender was already identified. The sender is Queensland resident David Stone.

He said that his motivation was because Hanson was making the Australian spread a personal issue.

"No one attacks the so-called religious tax of Sanitarium’s Weet-Bix… but certified halal is somehow a problem,” Stone said.

Seventh-day Adventist Church owns the Sanitarium.

"Air is halal. Doesn’t stop anyone. Further, it was an offer to personalise a jar. What better gift for people who personalise Vegemite?” Stone added.