New mosque Construction, and the Texas reaction: Friday prayers PIG RACES..!

 
New mosque Construction, and the Texas reaction: Friday prayers PIG RACES..!
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A family near Houston Texas had been raising pigs for 200 years on a farm. Suddenly a mosque was established next door. First the Muslim move-ins alleged they'd tolerate the pigs, but later insisted this local farming family MOVE AWAY.

At a town-hall meeting, the Imam publicly insulted the long-time resident.

News clip details the way the family started pig-races --by some chance they coincided with the evening Call to Prayer:
They also set up klieg lights, a track, race trumpet announcement, booze, fireworks, and fun for the whole pig-loving family.




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