On 22/02/2008, Rich Holton
Are any of the depictions based on actual
likenesses? Or even on a
description of the man? If not, then the depictions are not
respect to the man, on with respect to how the man has been depicted.
By this point you should be familiar with the Charlemagne counter
argument. Dito Macbeth of Scotland.
Images of those men are simply false, they do not give form to the sacred
as an image of Muhammad does.
from the article would be an editorial decision, not
"censorship" by any reasonable definition of the word.
Only if it could be editorially justified.
Removing information we know to be false is not censorship.