Graphic Novel Censored from Texas Library at Request of Islamic Group

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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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