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Pork coated bullets said to keep Islamic terrorists from reaching heaven

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An Idaho company is causing controversy after releasing a new line of pork-laced bullets recommended for use against Islamic terrorists.

South Fork Industries developed the ammunition called Jihawg Ammo.

The bullets are coated with ballistic pork-infused paint.

According to the DailyMailOnline, the manufacturers believe that any Muslim shot with the bullets will be kept from going to heaven, as Islamic religion forbids them from coming into contact with pork.

According to the company’s website, Jihawg Ammo ‘promotes peace through the natural deterrence of pork infused ballistic coating.’

The company also sells shirts and hats.

Online:

http://jihawg.com/

https://www.facebook.com/BuyJihawg

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