For some reason, anti-Muslim xenophobes seem to think that bacon is deeply offensive to Muslims.
You see incidents like this far too regularly:
Pork is prohibited in Islam by a verse of the Koran, which reads:
Forbidden to you (for food) are: dead meat, blood, the flesh of swine, and that on which hath been invoked the name of other than Allah.
A Twitter user called George McIntyre decided to celebrate Ramadan, a holy month in Islam which is marked by fasting, by trying to offend a group of religious people. By tweeting them a picture of bacon cooking.
It sounds like he's got a lot of mates.
He then followed up (conflating 'Arabic' with 'Muslim', because there wasn't enough stupid in his original tweet):
As people pointed out, Muslims are kind of fine without bacon and also fine to talk about it.
It's not a topic of offence, they're just tired of being bated by xenophobes with something so nonsensical.
The best exchange was probably this:
Can you imagine being so dull, angry and friendless that all you have to do on a Sunday is tweet pathetic, bating crap like that?
Oh wow, ok.