In a move that is certain to anger some Muslims, an Idaho company has begun producing bullets coated with “pork-infused paint.”
Jihawg Ammunition’s company slogan is “Peace through Pork,” as stated on its web site, which says it “is the only ammunition in the world that provides a peaceful and natural deterrent to radical Islam.”
The company developed a proprietary system for infusing ballistic paint with pork, which is then applied to bullets. The inclusion of pork in the paint makes the bullets haraam, or unclean.
Under Islamic law, anyone who comes in contact with a haraam item is then unclean, and must engage in a cleansing ritual. No unclean person can be admitted into Paradise.
This is brought into context by the web site AmmoLand, which points to last month’s slaughter of an off-duty British soldier on a busy street in London by two Islamic extremists.
In asking why the two men waited around after the attack until police units arrived, and then launched a “suicide attack” having brought knives to a gunfight, Ammoland said:
“They engaged in their act of jihad, killing an “infidel aggressor, enemy of Islam,” and then waited around for the armed police to show up so they could die in battle for Allah’s glory, martyrs, and therefore elected for special rewards in Paradise.”
While it’s open for debate whether martyrs for Allah actually receive a reward of 72 virgins, Islamist clerics use this promise to encourage young men to engage in jihad. A promise some believe.
And, according to AmmoLand, that’s the objective of Jihawg Ammo: “Not to insult Muslims, but to serve as a deterrent – to place the promise of instant passage to Paradise into doubt in the minds of would-be jihadists.”
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