AH HAH! FBI uncovers fresh meat in the pigs feet hate crime of the century

Authorities say they are in hot pursuit of fresh leads in their investigation into an Aug. 7th incident in which two women hurled two raw pigs feet outside a San Bernardino County home where Muslims were praying.

Press Enterprise  The incident at the site of the proposed Al-Nur Islamic Center near Ontario is being investigated as a hate crime and vandalism of a place of worship, said Detective Joseph Parker of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. “We believe the pig parts were thrown out to intimidate members so they don’t build a mosque on the site,” he said.

ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF ONE OF THE ISLAMOPHOBIC PIGS FEET FOUND ON THE LAWN OF THE BUILDING WHERE MUSLIMS WERE PRAYING FOR ISLAM TO CONQUER THE WHOLE WORLD

During the holy month of Ramadamadingdong – when the alleged hate crime occurred – Muslims were worshipping on some nights at the house that sits on the future site of a permanent mosque.

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors earlier this year approved the proposal for a 7,000-square-foot mosque on the property. Opponents of the mosque have filed a lawsuit seeking to block it. They say their suit is based on land use and other issues, not the religion of the worshippers, but mosque members say their Islamic faith is driving some of the opposition.

Rashid Ahmed, the mosque’s chairman, said about 20 members of the congregation were gathered for a late-evening prayer when the carcass pieces were tossed onto the lawn. A security guard witnessed the incident, he said. Ahmed said attendance at the mosque dropped by about 50 percent after that. (Oh Noes!)

“It created lots of fear and unnecessary headaches for people,” he said. “There were a lot of people during Ramadan who did not show up for worship at the mosque.” (Is that all it takes?)

Terror-linked CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations) urged the U.S. Department of Justice to launch its own hate-crime investigation. Fatima Dadabhoy, a civil-rights attorney with the council, said the Ontario incident was part of a national trend of harassment against mosques.

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