Wednesday April 8, 2020

Free speech must not be snuffed out by fanatics

14th January, 2015

The vast majority of Europe’s Muslim population, those born within our borders and those who have journeyed here to live and work, do not want to murder cartoonists. They want what most of us want: to live a peaceful and useful life, to provide for their children, to die contented in their beds. For many of those who come here, the opportunity to do just that, denied to them in their homelands, is what brought...

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