If pigs could fly: American company selling pork-coated bullets aimed at Muslims
An American company based in Idaho is manufacturing and selling bullets coated in pork. Each product is "certified Haraam or unclean." (Photo / Jihawg website)
An American company based in Idaho is manufacturing and selling bullets coated in pork.
Yes, the unholy swine.
The company, Jihawg Ammo, which claims to be “freedom’s first choice in defensive ammunition,” also sells shooting targets. There’s one of a pig dressed like an Arab man with the words, “do 72 virgins a favor.” A similar one states, “put some ham in MoHAMed.” It’s all very subtle.
Each target sells for $7 and the pork coated ammunition retails for around $21 to $37.
The company claims its products are “certified Haraam or unclean” and “is a natural deterrent to radical and suicidal acts of violence.”
The company came to fruition in 2010, after several friends became upset about the building of a mosque near Ground Zero in New York.
“Our preference is peace first, but if a fight is to be had we are determined and resolved to win,” a statement on the company’s website reads. “Thus came the beginning of the truest form of defensive ammunition ever created in history.”
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