Two kindergartens in Leipzig have removed pork from their charges’ diet so as to avoid giving offense to the families of Muslim children who attend the kindergartens. Note that one of the kindergarten directors says that the presence of even one Muslim in his kindergarten is sufficient reason to yank the offending meat for all children.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Below are excerpts from a Voice of Europe article (hat tip Reader from Chicago) about the jihad against pork in Leipzig:
German Daycare Centers Under Police Protection After They Ban Pork to Please Muslim Children
Plans to no longer serve children pork or gelatin-containing products like gummy bears at two daycare centers in the German city of Leipzig prompted a wave of criticism online and made headlines across the country.
The Bild newspaper first reported on the daycare centers’ proposal, saying the decision to make the changes came from consideration for two Muslim children.
“Out of respect for a changing world, only pork-free meals and snacks will be ordered and served starting from July 15”, read a letter sent to parents, according to Bild.
|00:00||Two kindergartens in Leipzig are banning pork for all children!|
|00:04||The parents from the Rolando-Toro-Kindergarten and from|
|00:08||the Confucius Kindergarten will be informed in writing about the plans for the new menus.|
|00:12||Also, no more candy made with gelatin will reportedly be offered [very popular in Germany].|
|00:16||Gummi bears are being forbidden with immediate effect.|
|00:21||According to BILD News the change in the menu is allegedly|
|00:25||caused by taking into account [the presence of] two Muslim girls.|
|00:29||So the caterer is bringing in veggie-balls with rice.|
|00:37||Kindergarten director Wolfgang Schäfer: “Even if it were only one family that considered|
|00:40||the unclean pork a negative influence on the health of their child|
|00:43||for religious reasons, I would still be enforcing now this new rule.”|
|00:46||Each kindergarten cares for 300 children.