Swedish Man Convicted After Eating Bacon In Front Of A Muslim Woman

A 53-year-old Swedish man has reportedly been convicted after committing a bizarre hate crime during which he ate bacon in front of three Muslim women.

As The Gateway Pundit shares, “the Islamic women reported him to the police for eating bacon in front of them. The man allegedly sat near the veiled Muslim women and began eating his bacon and being obnoxious with it in a taunting way toward the women.”

The Gateway Pundit further shares that “the Muslim women were uncomfortable with the situation and attempted to move somewhere else,” and that “the man also apparently said some not-so-nice things about the women’s religion.”

According to The Local, those “not-so-nice things” included a declaration from the man that he “hates Muslims.”

“The district court considers his actions make it clear that the purpose was to insult the plaintiffs because of their ethnic origin and creed,” The Local quotes a court document as declaring.

The man will now be ordered to pay 5,000 kronor (about $600) to each of the three women. He’ll also pay “day-fines” for 60 days.

This, of course, is not the first time a European has been convicted in connection with a bacon-related crime against Muslims.

In 2016, a British man was sentenced to 12 months in prison after leaving bacon sandwiches outside a mosque, along with a flag that read “no mosques.”

He didn’t get very far into his sentence as he was found dead in his cell in late December.

Let’s face it – discriminating against and carrying out malicious attacks on people because of their religion is not what God expects of us.

But seriously, let’s focus on the whole bacon thing for a moment. Is it any wonder Muslims are so consistently furious? Imagine being denied the crispy goodness of bacon.

Check out The Activist Mommy’s bacon-themed roast of the violent ideology that is Islam below.

Source:
The Gateway Pundit
The Daily Mail
The Local

 

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