A Danish minister responsible for immigration and integration has shared a screenshot of the background of her iPad which is an image of one of the famous Mohammad cartoons that sparked uproar in the Muslim world over a decade ago.
Inger Støjberg, a hardline opponent of uncontrolled immigration, shared the image on Facebook, whilst reiterating her commitment to free expression after a museum decided to censor the images.
The Skovgaard Museum in Viborg, Denmark, chose not to include the drawing in a new exhibition about blasphemy since the Reformation, despite its obvious relevance to the topic.
“It is the museum’s own choice and they have their full right to do it, but I think it’s a shame,” Ms. Støjberg captioned the image, adding: “Honestly, I think we should be proud of the Mohammad cartoons.”
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