According to us business insider, a US lawyer accused on the 19th that a detention center of the US immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ice) in Miami, Florida, supplied pork food to detained Muslim immigrants at the time of the new coronavirus pandemic and forced them to “choose between faith and hunger”. < / P > < p > at the Muslim Bar Association, the American immigrant justice foundation, and King & Spalding in Atlanta LLP’s lawyer, signed in a letter to ice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on August 19, said they had received “alarming reports” that ice and its officials had been providing pork and pork products to arrested Muslim immigrants at the Krome service processing center in Miami, Florida. < / P > < p > according to the letter, the center currently holds 440 immigrants, including dozens of Muslims, “Muslim detainees are forced to accept these meals (containing pork or pork products) because ice’s religious or halal food has always been rotten and expired.” The letter also said that ice and its officials had provided rotten and expired halal food to Muslim detainees in the CROM service processing center as early as 2017, which seriously threatened the health of the detainees. < / P > < p > the lawyer pointed out in the letter that at the CROM service processing center, pork was included in the prepared meals for Muslim immigrants at least 2-3 times a week. As a result, they are forced to choose between faith and food two or three times a week. The letter also claims that when Muslim immigrants reported the situation to ice staff, the complaints were deliberately ignored. Ice staff neither noticed the complaints nor made any substantive response. Religious service personnel in the facility also refused to give them any help, saying “that’s what happened.”. < / P > < p > at the end of this letter of complaint, lawyers asked ice and DHS to take immediate remedial measures to rectify illegal and discriminatory treatment of immigrants in CROM and other ice detention facilities, and to ensure that they have access to healthy and safe food that is consistent with their religious beliefs. And it can effectively monitor its staff to ensure that the religious rights of the detained migrants will not be violated during the new coronavirus pandemic. According to USA today, the CROM service processing center used to be a U.S. military base, with 650 people stationed before the new coronavirus pandemic.