Jailed Terrorist Suspect Will Only Eat Meat

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Behold: a visit from Captain Obvious. As if the world needed another example of the proven link between violence against animals and violence against humans, Ghulam Rasool Khan—a suspected al-Qaida member jailed in India—refuses to eat the vegetarian food served to him, instead demanding “two kg of mutton and one kg of chicken daily.”

Khan has threatened to go on a hunger strike if he doesn’t get his carcasses. But if PETA India’s recent request that all jails serve only vegetarian meals is honored, then the bloodthirsty terrorist will be starving himself indefinitely.

Written by Logan Scherer

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