Pakistan has banned an issue of Newsweek containing an article on the slaying of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh by an Islamic radical. The government says the article was offensive to Islam. The censors apparently objected to an image in the article taken from a film Van Gogh made that was critical of Islam. The film showed some of the more misogynistic verses of the Koran written on the body of a woman.
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