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Nikabs are fine but the word "bacon" shouldn't be publically visible?

Reader comment on item: The SPLC Finds Niqabs and Kippahs Equally Threatening

Submitted by Anon (Israel), Apr 29, 2017 at 19:19

See "Vermont diner takes down bacon sign after it offends Muslim residents" (http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/vermont-diner-takes-bacon-sign-offends-muslim-residents-article-1.1915158)

And if the word "bacon" is so offensive, surely bacon itself is just as offensive and will need to be banned, because of 'multiculturalism'.
In another article, the restaurant owner added "there were also safety concerns"...

People of the West must ask themselves if they want Muslim immigration or the right to eat bacon or drink wine or beer because one can't have both for long.

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