“PSU censors exhibit,” from The Collegian of Penn State, with thanks to Esther:
For Penn State student Josh Stulman, years of hard work ended in disappointment yesterday when the university cancelled his upcoming art exhibit for violation of Penn State’s policies on nondiscrimination, harassment and hate.
Three days before his 10-piece exhibit — Portraits of Terror — was scheduled to open at the Patterson Building, Stulman (senior-painting and anthropology) received an e-mail message from the School of Visual Arts that said his exhibit on images of terrorism “did not promote cultural diversity” or “opportunities for democratic dialogue” and the display would be cancelled.
The exhibit, Stulman said, which is based mainly on the conflict in Palestinian territories, raises questions concerning the destruction of Jewish religious shrines, anti-Semitic propaganda and cartoons in Palestinian newspapers, the disregard for rules of engagement and treatment of prisoners, and the indoctrination of youth into terrorist acts.
“I’m being censored and the reason for censoring me doesn’t make sense,” Stulman said.
Well, Mr. Stulman, the fact is that your being censored was part of the dhimmi impulse that is advancing everywhere. If you would like to post images of your exhibit at Jihad Watch, please contact me at email@example.com.