Party accuses dutch newspaper of censorship

Dutch newspaper the Telegraaf has refused this week to publish “unnecessarily offensive” drawings in its special election issue. The right wing Freedom Party (PVV) attempted to place the cartoons of Gregorius Nekschot, who was previously arrested for publishing work inciting hatred against Muslims, in its designated pages in the forthcoming newspaper edition. In response to the Telegraaf’s refusal to pring the drawings, PVV leader Geert Wilders has accused the newspaper of censorship.