Note that word "might". Apparently no Muslim has actually kicked up a fuss - but they don't need to. The good dhimmis across Western Europe will now voluntarily censor themselves, rather than risk even the slightest possibility of Muslims getting upset.
The city museum of The Hague has decided not to include in an exhibition a work of art that may offend Muslims, it was reported on Monday.
The picture, made by Iranian artist Sooreh Hera, is entitled Adam and Ewald and shows two gay men wearing masks of the Muslim prophet Mohammed and his son-in-law Ali.
It is part of a photoseries the Gemeentemuseum has included in the 7up exhibition due to open on December 15.
The Gemeentemuseum's director Wim van Krimpen told reporters the museum is interested in purchasing Hera's complete series, which he called "high quality works of art".
However, he added he will not exhibit Adam and Ewald in the next few years because "certain people in our society might perceive it as offensive".
Of course, it is quite probable that the depiction of Mohammed as an incestuous homosexual would offend Muslims. That would still not be a reason for prohibiting it, and it would be base cowardice to refuse to show a "work of art", simply because it upset Muslims. But automatic, unquestioning self-censorship of the kind seen here is still more cowardly, and more contemptible.
Hat-tip: Klein Verzet