Monday, 26 January 2015

V&A Scare

The Times has uncovered a story about the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Following the murderous attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris by Muslim nutters, the museum was asked if it held any images of Muhammad. It replied in the negative, but then some bright spark pointed out that it owned a modern Iranian poster with the inscription "Muhammad the Prophet of God". The museum swiftly removed the picture from online (CLICK). Isn't it appalling that such a wonderful institution should need to protect itself in this way? Muslims create a climate of fear, then have the cheek to complain about "Islamophobia"!


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