Residents of a Farmersville, Texas, a town located about 25 miles from the site of a Garland attack by two radical Islamists – who were then shot by local police – say they’ll do whatever it takes to keep a Muslim cemetery away from their county, even if it means dumping pig parts on the requested property site. Members of the Islamic Association of Collin County have proposed building a cemetery in the small Texas town and have petitioned city council for permit permission, the Daily Mail reported.

But many in the community say no way – the property is located too close to the site of a radical Islamist terror attack on those participating in a “Draw Muhammed” contest in Garland. And some in the town of 3,000 are vowing extreme measures to make their point. “The concern for us is the radical element of Islam,” said David Meeks, the pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, to the Dallas Morning News. “How can we stop a mosque or madrassa training center from going in there?” MORE