You Don't Have A Right To Not Be Offended
Yes, some people have a problem with a religion (really a totalitarian system masquerading as a religion) that commands the death of gays and apostates, the death or conversion of "the infidel" (that would be the rest of us), and that treats women as if they have all the rights of pets.
People who have such problems with Islam sometimes seek to non-violently express their feelings. (We have a thingie called "The First Amendment" to protect such expression.)
In New York City, however, and most states, that's a "hate crime" -- which not only conflicts with free speech but free thought...assuming we can even know what a person's thoughts are (and, of course, assuming that they're "hateful" of a protected group).
Of course, Muslims building a mosque -- a place for people to read, recite, and pray for the destruction of non-Muslims -- isn't a "hate crime." There are too many of us, and we're too pasty to be considered protected.
But throwing bacon on the ground in a New York City park, that is considered "a hate crime," per police commish Raymond Kelly.
Do I have a problem with people who toss bacon around a city park? Yes -- but the "crime" is called "littering," and it's bad because it brings rats, and there are already far too many of those in New York City.
People who use bacon as speech -- well, it's a waste of a fantastic food, but I otherwise celebrate that, and all other forms of speech.