Just when we thought self-proclaimed male 'halal police' had reached their peak, one Snapchat user proved us wrong. 

Muslim women can't seem to catch a break, and Palestinian Twitter user @makloubae seems to be the latest victim of a guy on Snapchat who thought it was his duty to point out her so-called wrongdoings. 

For doing what exactly?

For using a hijab-free bitmoji (aka cartoon character) on her personal Snapchat. 

"Why does your bitmoji show your hair?" he asks her as he proceeds to call her a "kuffar," Arabic for blasphemous. 

The conversation went down like this:

The Palestinian then shared a screenshot of the conversation to her Twitter account, ultimately going viral. 

The tweet garnered over 13,000 retweets at the time of writing.

Naturally, people couldn't help but laugh at the ridiculousness of it all. 

Welcome to the world of ... Snapchat Sheikhs

Legit questions were raised

And valid points were shared

Source: Twitter

Some were at a loss for words

Others were in denial ... because how could this be real?

Speaking of denial ...

Thank God for sarcasm, right?

Started from the bottom ... now we here?

"Some brothers need to lower their bitgaze"

OH, NO! ... "how will you sleep at night now that we all know your hair texture"

Who knew some Muslim men get triggered by bitmoji?

Similar incidents have happened, believe it or not

"Can men just disappear cuz ana t3ebit"

Seriously, what was he thinking?