Denmark rules to keep pork on the menu after banishment from Muslim-friendly institutions
Public institutions must provide “Danish food culture as a central part of the offering – including serving pork on an equal footing with other foods”, Randers City Council said as quoted by AFP.
Although the Town council of Randers made it clear that they do not want to force anyone to eat food that “goes against one’s belief or religion”, the initiative was picked up by the anti-immigration Danish People’s party (DPP).
“The DPP is working nationally and locally for Danish culture, including Danish food culture, and consequently we also fight against Islamic rules and misguided considerations dictating what Danish children eat,” party spokesman Martin Henriksen wrote on Facebook.
This “meatball war” draws its roots from an event in 2013, when the then prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, criticised nurseries that had stopped serving pork because Muslim
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