Bardot fined for inciting racial hatred
The French actress-turned-animal rights activist was also ordered to pay £800 damages to two anti-racism groups during the hearing at a Paris court.
She was accused of publicly criticising Muslim religious festival Eid al-Adha, during which sheep are slaughtered as a sacrifice, as well as other Islam traditions.
The 73-year-old made the remarks in an open letter to French president Nicolas Sarkozy in December 2006.
She wrote: "I am fed up with being under the thumb of this [Muslim] population which is destroying us, destroying our country and imposing its acts."
Bardot, who has been fined on similar charges four times since 1997, faced a possible two-month suspended jail sentence.
Her lawyer Francois-Xavier Kelidjian told French newspaper Le Monde that she is unlikely to appeal because she is "tired of this type of proceedings".
He added: "She has the impression that people want to silence her. She will not be silenced in her defence of animal rights."