Pork Soup Service Banned by France Crosses Over to Germany

    Charity Solidarit’ Alsacienne closed in France on the grounds that it discriminates by serving pork soup under the guise of helping the poor has shifted its charitable activities to German. The pork soup handout campaign of the racially discriminating association was stopped by the Strasbourg governorship. Members of the charity have continued to serve the soup in Kehl, a German city on the French border. Muslim and Jewish groups in France responded harshly to the soup service and the attitude of the German local authorities.

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