School Bans Hot Dogs And Other Pork Products To Not Offend Muslims

School in Washington bans hot dogs to not offend Muslim students.  

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This source reported today that Kent School District in Washington banned hot dogs and anything pork related from the school lunch menu in accordance with Sharia law to keep Muslims from getting offended.

The school is now only serving Halal compliant meals.

Parent Dave Brabo was told that the district was forced to either accommodate the dietary needs of Islamists or their “federal and state funding would be cut or pulled.”

Evidently, separation of church and state applies only to Christians and not Muslims.

Kent School District reportedly decided to blame disabled children for the new meals in what was an ironic twist considering that Wahhabists often execute the physically handicapped in radical Middle Eastern countries.

The district has yet to release further comments on the matter, but have shown a complete disregard for the concerns of some parents who believe their children are being unfairly subjugated to Islamic law.  Of course, under the rules of political correctness – criticizing a satanic death cult is considered “hateful” and “oppressive” no matter how many lives are lost as a result of mass murder by the same group of people over and over again.

 

2 Comments on "School Bans Hot Dogs And Other Pork Products To Not Offend Muslims"

  1. Where are the spineless fathers of the kids in these schools. Are you waiting for sharia law to demand you allow you 9 year old daughter to marry a 65 year old man. Stand up pull your heads out of your asses. You’re in America and in America we don’t care NOTHING about sharia law or offending any and all Muslims. Do you think they really care how you feel. Grow some balls and stand up for your community before you are required to denounce your own religion. Kick the Muslims to the curb and show them the door

  2. OFFEND THE IMMIGRANTS! WE ARE HERE IN AMERICA. CONVERT TO AMERICA OR GET THE HELL OUT!

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