Muhammad: The Banned Images

The most recent instance of self-censorship of the Mohammed cartoons, because of fear of violent reaction, should remind us all of the importance of Voltaire Press’s Muhammad: The Banned Images.

Please support Voltaire Press’s project by (1) urging your library (public or university) to buy the book so as to make it more available to the public, (2) buying the book yourself, or (3) publicizing the book. I sadly note that a Lexis search for “Muhammad: The Banned Images” found no newspaper stories about the book.

UPDATE: Thanks to commenter Mark J. Nelson, I have learned that the book is owned by the university libraries at Stanford, Boston College, George Mason, and Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, and by the public library in Princeton, New Jersey.