Pork soup is back on the menu for homeless people in Paris after a judge ruled it could not be deemed racist.
Organisers of soup kitchens linked to extreme rightwing groups overturned a ban imposed by the city authorities over fears that its handouts discriminated against Jews and Muslims.
Police had shut down food distributions... because of alleged xenophobia and fears of protests.
But the judge at the administrative tribunal in Paris decided that as there was no evidence the [organization distributing food] had refused to serve Jews and Muslims, who do not eat pork for religious reasons, it could not be accused of discriminating against them. [Link]
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