Let’s hear it for the brave souls at Random House. Their pride in caving in to the fear of Islamofacism is just the sort of slave mentality that will come in handy:
Random House US has said that it has no regrets about pulling out of publication of Sherry Jones’ Islam-inspired romantic novel, The Jewel of Medina, despite the growing controversy about the decision. The news, which broke in the US last week, has led to widespread criticism, and drawn comparisons with The Satanic Verses and the Danish Mohammed cartoons row.
But Stuart Applebaum Random House US spokesman told The Bookseller that the publisher had had “no second thoughts”.
Get your jizya savings account filled. You are going to need it.