Singapore’s National Library Board “Pulls Books by Publisher of Controversial Series on Religion and History”
From The Straits Times:
The National Library Board (NLB) has said that it is pulling off its shelves another 130 titles by the Malaysian publisher which produced a series on history and religion which contained anti-Semitic rhetoric and seemed to glorify violence in the name of Islam.
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