Pigs’ faces censored in International New York Times news story so Muslims not offended

You could be mistaken for thinking that their faces were obscured out of respect for the pigs’ privacy, that they were young swine and therefore entitled to anonymity, or even that they had been granted a super-injunction at some kind of porcine high court.

The real reason is much simpler (and less idiotic) however: pictures of pigs are not allowed in the Muslim country.  h/t All who sent this in.

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