Another company has decided to join the ranks of the jihadis.
Random House publishers have cancelled publication of Sherry Jones' novel "The Jewel of Medina", because the efforts of Muslim terrorists to force their censorship upon companies in "free" societies is succeeding.
The bottom line is that this novel is being cancelled, despite being scheduled for release, out of fear that "Muslims will be offended." "Being offended" is something that happens in free societies - and if we're not willing to stand up for the right for people to be offended, then we won't be living in a free society.
Yes, Random house has a sucky press release about this at the top of their web site. If you find such disclaimers to be spineless, and are disgusted by people who are so willing to throw away the dearly-bought freedoms that liberal and democratic societies (still?) possess, feel free to give them an ear full, at:
It's not just the quality of the criticism that is important, it is also the quantity. I see 3000 members here, so . . .