Wikipedia, the so-called free online encyclopedia, is acting very partial and stubborn by refusing to remove depictions of the Prophet Muhammad May peace be upon him), despite being flooded with complaints from Muslims demanding the images be deleted.
Already 217,000 persons worldwide have joined an online protest claiming the images, shown on European-language pages, are offensive to Islam, which prohibits any representation of Muhammad. But the defiant editors of the encyclopaedia insist they will not bow to pressure and say anyone objecting to the controversial images can simply adjust their computers so they do not have to look at them.
Editors of Wikipedia maintain “So long as they are relevant to the article and do not violate any of Wikipedia’s existing policies, nor the law of the US state of Florida where Wikipedia’s servers are hosted, no content or images will be removed because people find them objectionable or offensive.”
This is the sort of impartiality, the non-Muslims in America and Europe have.
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