Sunday, January 11, 2015

BBC to revise its restrictions on depicting Mohammed

The Spectator reports that the BBC program Question Time saw long-time host David Dimbleby chair a debate on freedom of expression following the Charlie Hebdo shootings. During the program, Dimbleby stated that the BBC’s policy with regards to representations of Mohammed was to not depict the Prophet in any shape or form. This policy was met with criticism from panel and audience members alike.
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