Traditional European cuisine is under attack of the Muslim citizens

Summary

Traditional European cuisine is under attack of the Muslim citizens. Proved by the incident in Copenhagen Hospitality College (a cooking school) in Denmark, which required tasting of pork and wine from its Muslim students; and
later it was forced by the Danish government to take the pork and wine off the menu.

Disproof

The Copenhagen Hospitality College case took place in 2012 and therefore cannot
be considered a current consequence of the migrant crisis. The school did not have to take
the pork and wine off the menu. It was merely decided that Muslim students do not have to
taste pork and wine and can ask their fellow students for help instead: bit.ly/1SLYfBn,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 21
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 29/03/2016
  • Language/target audience: Slovak
  • Country: Denmark, EU
  • Keywords: Migration crisis
  • Outlet: zemavek.sk
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