A German publishing house has decided not to print a novel about an honor killing out of fear it could be read as an insult to Muslims.

Duesseldorf-based publishing house Droste said Tuesday it had canceled the printing of a murder mystery because it contained anti-Islam passages that may have caused a backlash. Droste took the decision after Gabriele Brinkmann, the author of the book “To Whom Honor is Due,” refused to change several passages that defamed the Koran.



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