Graphic Novel Censored from Texas Library at Request of Islamic Group

CAIR applauded Plano Library’s "commitment to diversity" for their act of censorship removing Frank Miller's graphic novel, "Holy Terror" calling it "anti-Muslim." Miller denies knowing much about Islam to dislike it, but focused only on Al-Qaeda in New York. (Holywood Reporter photo of novel cover)

The American Spectator – The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Dallas-Fort Worth chapter (CAIR-DFW) recently “applauded a decision by the Plano Library to resolve an issue related to anti-Muslim material in its catalog.” CAIR claims to have convinced this Texas library to remove the book Holy Terror by renowned graphic-novel author Frank Miller. . . .

Plano Library Director Libby Holtmann stated that the library did not remove the subject item from its collection from a request by anyone including CAIRDFW, but rather was alerted by a comment sent through social media.

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