BACON BANDIT: Strikes a Mosque in Florida… Muzzies Seeking Hate Crime Charges

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via CT: Some people who dislike or disagree with the Islamic faith in general have chosen to attack mosques to express their disdain, and one recent attack on a Florida mosque is being considered by some as a “hate crime” against Muslims because of what the attackers left behind.

Islamic leaders said a chunk of bacon is the key to the Titusville mosque vandalism, according to The Daily Caller.

This is not the first time a pork product has been involved in mosque vandalism — or in other Muslim-related incidents. In December, a severed pig’s head was left at a Philadelphia mosque, and during the same month, someone wrapped bacon around the door handle of the Masjid-e-Tawheed mosque in Las Vegas.

 

The Council on American-Islamic Relations demanded that federal and state law enforcement investigate the vandalism as a hate crime after the suspect reportedly left the bacon behind.

In a video of the incident, man can be seen entering the mosque on New Year’s Day with a machete. The suspect broke windows, tore down lights and left the bacon near the door of the worship center. A Titusville man was arrested in the case, according to Florida Today.

CAIR said the bacon is proof that the suspect’s motivations were clearly anti-Muslim and not just a random attack.

“People are afraid to take their children back to the mosque,” Rasha Mubarak, the Orlando Regional Coordinator for CAIR, told Florida Today.

“The use of pork in an incident of this type is one clear indicator of a possible bias motive for the vandalism,” CAIR-Florida Regional Operations Director Nezar Hamze said in a statement.

This is not the first time a pork product has been involved in mosque vandalism — or in other Muslim-related incidents. In December, a severed pig’s head was left at a Philadelphia mosque, and during the same month, someone wrapped bacon around the door handle of the Masjid-e-Tawheed mosque in Las Vegas.

A CAIR report found that more than 60 American mosques fell victim to vandalism, intimidation, or harassment in 2015, more than triple the number of incidents for the previous year, likely as a result of a growing fear and distrust of Muslims following multiple radical Islamist terrorist attacks — although fear and distrust of a religion is clearly no reason to vandalize private property.

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